Is it possible for grace to be talked about, but in reality it being nothing more than a law in disguise (A wolf in sheep’s clothing)?
Here’s the deal, I have no problem extending ‘grace’ to anyone with regards to their seeing (say for example) one day being more important than another day, such as today Easter Sunday, or two days ago, Good Friday.
Really it can touch on just about anything for that matter, home schooling vs kids going to the public schools, in vs out of an institutional setting, eating meat, vs being a vegan, but does ‘one size (really) fit all’?
If grace is being extended to those (as it talks about in the New Testament) that are ‘weak in the faith’, wouldn’t it stand to reason that grace might be graciously reciprocated back?
There are a whole slew of thoughts that would appear to be incongruent or at odds with one another, for example, the following; especially verses, 4, 8, 16-23, and; pretty much all of chapter 14 of Romans.
I love how chapter 14 ends with this encouraging word: So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God.