That's what grace still is--pure scandal. If you witness much, you find lots of folks claiming to believe salvation is by grace through faith. And then--some front load it with the idea you have to clean up your act to come to Christ. (Or at least really really plan to do so. Or at least be really really willing.) Some middle load it--you get saved by faith through grace but if you do the wrong works, out you go, lost your salvation. Others back load it--you get saved by faith through grace but if you aren't doing whatever their version of fruitpicking is, you find out you never REALLY got saved. And then you run into the occasional poor "beggar" spiritually, who knows full well his own sinfulness and need of a Savior, hungrily willing to accept nothing he can do can get him saved, keep him saved, or really show he is saved (think of the Pharisees.) That poor beggar reminds you just what a wonderful glorious scandal grace really is.