When Grace is Cheap

What looks more glorious? A God who loves us by ignoring our sin? Or a God who pays the enormous debt for our sin by taking it upon Himself? When sin is seen as the rebellion it is, grace is costly — and tranformative! When sin is shrunken to the point that our accountability to God is removed, then grace is cheap, and it leaves us unchanged.

Trevin Wax Counterfeit Gospels (Chicago, Ill.: Moody Publishers, 2011), 55

HT: OFI

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