A Taste of Grace Essential Skills for Every Artist by Albrecht, Greg

By Albrecht, Greg

A style of Grace is an easy-to-read page-turning exploration of God's awesome grace, tested and illustrated via the lessons of Jesus. A style of Grace declares God's grace as irreconcilably against the middle values and ideology of institutionalized faith and divulges God's grace to be an absurd and silly sentiment that does not upload as much as the human brain

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The rest seized his servants, mistreated them and killed them. The king was enraged. He sent his army and destroyed those murderers and burned their city. Then he said to his servants, ‘The wedding banquet is ready, but those I invited did not deserve to come. ’ So the servants went out into the streets and gathered all the people they could find, the bad as well as the good, and the wedding hall was filled with guests. But when the king came in to see the guests, he noticed a man there who was not wearing wedding clothes.

It doesn’t add up. We, after all, can count. We know how long we have worked, and we also know how long and hard others have worked. All we want is for our employer to be fair. This parable is offensive because it doesn’t line up with our sense of fair play. How in the world can the role assigned to the landowner of this parable be played by God? Jesus, the king of the kingdom of heaven, is the king who triumphs by losing, who is victorious through the humiliation of the cross and who serves by dying.

We do not deserve Jesus because we believe in and regularly recite the right creeds. We do not deserve Jesus because God is obligated to reward us for our dutiful and careful obedience. That is the big lie of organized religion. Our obedience cannot purchase the required wedding clothing. God already has all of the obedience he needs—it was given on the cross of Christ. Our wedding clothing has been purchased by the blood of Christ. When Jesus says “many” are invited, but few are chosen, the Greek for “many” is inclusive.

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