Pastor Divine: Grace and Jude's father and local pastor to the town. Highly regarded figure in the community. Very self-less and moral man. He cares for everyone in town and believes in second chances.
“He read the parable of the father who had two sons. One son was good and steady and hardworking the other took his father's money and squandered it on whores and riotous living. The latter son's life sank so low he decided to return to his father to beg for help. The father rejoiced when his prodigal son returned, fed and clothed him, and called their friends together for a celebration. But the good son, who had stayed faithful to his father's teachings, was angry and jealous of his brother, and refused to welcome him home" p.g 284”
“But why is it so hard to forgive?", "Pride. This person had already wronged you in some way, and now you are the one who has to swallow your pride, give something up, in order to forgive him. In fact, the scriptures say that if you remain in your pride and choose not to forgive someone, then you are the one committing the greater sin. The good son in this story is actually in much graver danger than his prodigal brother" p.g 285”
Pastor Divine: Grace's dad. Helps out Daniel in previous book and now searches for Jude in The Lost Saint leaving Grace to take care of the family so-to-speak. Kind but firm.
“The bible says that a good shepard, even if he has one hundred sheep, if he loses but one of them in the wilderness, he must leave the other ninety-nine behind to go looking for that one" p.g 26”
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