Failing to ForgiveLuke 7:41-43; 15Matthew 18Kingdom, Grace, Judgment (Capon, 2002)Book 2, Chapter 1: IntroductionBook 2, Chapter 2: Death and ResurrectionBook 2, Chapter 4: Losing as the Mechanism of GraceBook 2, Chapter 5: Death, Resurrection, and ForgivenessStories with Intent (Snodgrass, 2018)Grace and ResponsibilityThe parable of the Unforgiving Servant (Matthew 18) is a hard one to categorize in some ways, but many put it under the rubric of a parable depicting God’s grace. Even so, it has an undeniable interplay between grace and judgment. In four to five paragraphs, respond to the following:What is the relationship between grace and judgment in this parable?Does Jesus’ statement at the end regarding the necessity of forgiving another from heart negate the first half of the parable? That is, if one does not forgive another, is there no room for throwing yourself on the mercy of the king?This sounds like a harsh law or rule. Does law trump grace here?What makes a parable of grace a parable of grace?Support your statements with evidence from the Required Studies and your research.Click here for information on course rubrics.