Any teaching about grace that discounts the requirements of obedience for eternal salvation, Heb 5.9, denies the “true grace of God” 1 Pet 5.12.
Ignoring Bible texts about a subject is dangerous. Picking and choosing texts will deny the will of God. For example, you can’t read a passage like Ephesians 2.8-9 without acknowledge others like Hebrews 5.9.
“Truth demands action, not just mental acceptance. And, while many religious folk act as though “works” is a dirty word unrelated to salvation, Jesus taught otherwise. My works cannot save me, but God’s works do. When I do what God commands, I am doing God’s works, and that is essential to salvation.” —Weylan Deaver
The Lord’s supper recenters us. It draws us back to the reason for God’s action among men. It focuses on why God became flesh and the goal of our faith, the salvation of our souls and that of others, 1 Pet 1.9.
Jesus refuses to judge in some cases—when it feeds our greed. “But Jesus said to him, “Man, who made me a judge or arbitrator between you two?” Lk 12.14. God saves eternally, rather than solving our petty problems.