For the law was given through Moses, but grace

                                                and truth came through Jesus Christ.

                                                                    (John 1:17)

Philip Yancey, in his book, A World without Grace, says, “Like fine wine poured into a jug of water, Jesus’ wondrous message of grace gets diluted in the vessel of the church. Christians have spent enormous energy debating truth; every church defends its particular version. But what about grace? How rare to find a church competing to ‘out-grace’ its rivals.” Grace is Christianity’s best gift to the world, a spiritual nova in our midst exerting a force stronger than vengeance, racism, and hate. Sadly, to a world desperate for this grace, the church sometimes presents un-grace.