1 Peter 4:10, NIV: Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms.

If we see ourselves as the receivers of God’s grace, we should be humbled and grateful. We should understand that we did nothing to merit such grace. But we are more than recipients of His grace—we are also the extenders of His grace. For though we sin, make mistakes, hurt others, or miss the mark; God extends His grace to us to forgive us and love us unconditionally. Even as He has extended grace to us, so through His grace we are to extend the same grace to others. Has someone wronged you? Extend His grace. Have you been hurt? Extend His grace. When an ill-tempered or rude person catches you unaware, extend His grace—allowing the Light of God’s love to be seen in and through you, in every situation.