The number one objection to grace says if you give people a big grace they will do whatever they want.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer in The Cost of Discipleship famously called this cheap grace.
I would rather argue the cheapening of grace comes not in it’s cost, but in our response to the gift we have been given. After all, Bonhoeffer and anyone speaking against a cheap grace is not referring to the price Jesus paid.
They are speaking of our response having received this amazing grace.
We don’t want people to think they can do whatever they want without consequence.
Grace is never without consequence.
Paul addressed this in Romans 6:1-2. After proclaiming an enormous grace, he knew the natural tendency of people to see what they can get away with.