Found last week at Signs Of Grace. (Thanks Rick!)
"I was speaking on the topic of grace and a woman approaches the book table to tell me she needs to work on forgiveness. "Don't we all," I say."No, I really need to!" she replies, and proceeds to tell me that her father murdered her husband. "First he stole my past by abusing me; now he has stolen my future." Yet she doesn't want her children to grow up hating their grandfather, who is serving time in prison.
The man behind her waits patiently as we talk, then tells me of his daughter's rape in the parking garage of the Phoenix airport. "She decided to keep the child, a daughter," he says. "She named her Grace."" - Philip Yancey, "What Good Is God?"