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Your weekly installment of 20 grace tweets from Scotty Smith:

A sign you’re growing in grace: In the past 6 months, someone’s commented on your being more childlike or fun 2 be with.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You’re talking less but saying more.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You’re not one of those people in Starbucks who sits in the best chair for hours.

A sign you’re growing in grace: When at the grocery store, you don’t eat more free samples than the food you buy.

A sign you’re growing in grace: When in a grumpy, mumbling-under-your breath, touchy mood, you don’t blame others for it.

A sign you’re growing in grace: When you start gossiping, it tastes more like rotting carp than chocolate pie.

A sign you’re growing in grace: Prayer is more about fellowshipping with your Father than convincing him to do stuff.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You’ve got a gospel posse that knows your darkest stuff and current struggles, bar none.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You’ve got a few people in your life with whom to dream dreams only Jesus can fulfill.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You’ve traded in insecure dogmatism for loving orthodoxy. You speak the truth in love.

A sign you’re growing in grace: It’s been quite a while since you’ve forgotten anniversaries or birthdays of loved ones.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You chose being known as someone needing God’s mercy & grace, versus hiding the real you.

A sign you’re growing in grace: When given poor service in a restaurant or a wrong order, the gospel shapes ur response.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You don’t use “non-eye-contact” as a way of leveraging a better position in any line.

A sign you’re growing in grace: When someone hurts your feelings, you neither pretend otherwise or repay in kind.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You don’t treat theology like a hobby or a sport, but as a sacred stewardship of truth.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You finally realize you don’t really hold a grudge, it holds you, hostage that is.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You’ve given up trying to explain yourself (sell) to everyone.

A sign you’re growing in grace: You no longer get drunk with whine.

A sign you’re growing in grace: After talking with you individually, people who take really different positions don’t all feel like you agree with them.