χάρις [Charis]

"But he said to me, 'My grace is sufficient for you....'" [to be continued]
Apostle Paul, letter to the Church in Corinth

"Grace" is the Greek word charis, which means "graciousness of manner or action." It indicates favor on the part of the giver and thankfulness on the part of the receiver. (Bible Tools)

χάρις [Charis]

Charis enough, grace
sufficient even for all
I have yet to do.

Is it thankfulness
on my part to spend Your grace
as quickly as You

give it? Will I reach
the end of it if I fall
and falter again?

Here is the glory
of grace: it abounds more than
all my offenses.

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I know I missed yesterday, hence the two poems I posted today. I'll be gone for the weekend, possibly without access to Protagonize, so bear with me if I have to play catch up on Sunday.

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