I am not afraid of truth.
I am not afraid of the uncomfortable and confrontational conversations that arise from speaking truth.
I am not afraid of saying some things are true and other things are not true.
I am not afraid of saying there is universal truth that rests upon everyone.
I am afraid of beating people up with truth.
I am afraid of becoming proud because I think I have discovered truth.
I am afraid that my truth claims might actually hurt my ability to see people.
I am afraid that some of the truths I hold are simply my truths.
I am afraid I will be too concerned with defending truth.
I am not afraid of grace.
I am not afraid of receiving or giving grace.
I am not afraid of being too liberal with grace.
I am not afraid of the ineffectiveness of grace to transform.
I am afraid grace is underestimated.
I am afraid of disguising grace with leniency.
I am afraid of not giving grace enough.
I am afraid of thinking grace needs to be rationed.
I am afraid of not holding grace and truth in tension well.
I am afraid of talking about grace and truth outside of relationship.
I am afraid people will see neither grace nor truth in me.
I am afraid of not handling grace and truth like Jesus.
Devotional by Nate Pyle @ http://natepyle.com