How much can one sin and get away with it?
This question has nothing to do with grace but only with leniency. And leniency is nothing more than a lite version of law and its consequences. It’s the slim chance that the judge will throw the case out and let us off the hook. Interestingly, it’s the same old legal mindset regarding Passover, whereby one’s sins are allowed to slide. Isn’t this what we’ve often thought of in referring to grace? But the grace of Christ is the doing away of sin, through death and resurrection. The old has passed away, the new has come. But for some reason we’re still often hoping to have our sins passed over instead of recognizing that they’ve been dealt with once and for all.