Pizza Man Grace



Remember to give grace to strangers and to your loved ones.

Why is it sometimes easier to give grace to strangers than to loved ones?

Recently the pizza man forgot two of the four pizzas we had ordered. When I acted like it was no big deal to wait for the other two to be delivered later, my husband said you didn’t even ask for a discount or anything? I felt bad for the guy, it’s no big deal. The kids could wait a few minutes.

The look on Art’s face told me he was thinking back to a heated discussion we’d had earlier that day in which I had not gone so easy on him. “Wow,” he said. “I’d like to have that kind of grace.”

Ouch! He was right. Though it was hard to admit I said, “...you're right Art and I am sorry." His response was, “I still think we should have asked for a discount.” I love my man!

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