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Amazing Grace Day

"Amazing grace! How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost, but now am found;
Was blind, but now I see."

On March 21st, 1748, John Newton experienced a life-altering storm that would forever change the course of his life. Aboard the slave ship Greyhound, Newton encountered a fierce tempest in the North Atlantic. The violent storm threatened to destroy the vessel and its crew, leaving Newton clinging to the hope of survival. Amidst the chaos and fear, he began to reflect on his life and the perilous journey he had taken. It was in this moment of despair that he cried out to God for mercy, marking the beginning of his spiritual conversion. This harrowing experience at sea served as the catalyst for Newton's eventual transformation from a slave trader to a devoted Christian and hymn writer. The profound impact of that stormy night is immortalized in his most famous hymn, "Amazing Grace," which speaks to the themes of redemption and divine grace that he experienced firsthand.

Coming soon.

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