graceWhen I was in my “prodigal son” years, I didn’t expect grace and I didn’t offer it.  I was a hard-candy shell. Then a few years ago, I found myself in desperate need of grace…and it was nowhere to be found. That radically changed my thoughts on grace. Today, I’m in a place where grace abounds. Where the leadership believes in grace, letting it flow up, down and all around.  I know there are people who misunderstand grace because I’ve had conversations with them.  They perceive a blurry-line between being gracious and becoming a doormat.  So I wondered if a case could be made for too much grace? I did a little research on Jesus in the bible. I discovered Jesus didn’t have a cap on his grace. It wasn’t budgeted. It wasn’t rationed. He gave grace when it meant it wouldn’t be returned.  He gave grace when it meant He would be abused, mistreated and killed. And He hasn’t stopped giving grace to humans, since. He is the Grace-Maker. He is the Grace-Master and He sets the example for grace. So I found the answer to my question.  If He doesn’t have a case for too much grace, neither should I.

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