We serve the symbols of His grace in half-inch squares and tiny cups—and then we wonder why we doubt there is enough to cover all our sin. How can we celebrate a never-ending gift in miniature? Grace needs a “fountain, filled with blood.” It calls for manna, feeding millions, rained each dawn on all who learn to trust Christ’s unrelenting goodness. “So often as you eat this bread and drink this cup”—think large; think uncontainable. Come celebrate grace inexhaustible: it never gives out; it never runs dry. Stay in grace.