Many religious people say the teaching of grace, God's unconditional love, unmerited kindness, unlimited forgiveness, and unearned blessings freely given us in Jesus and received by faith, will give people the impression they can sin all they want.
According to the religious Pharisees of Jesus' time, Jesus, because of grace, was giving people the impression they could sin all they wanted. They said he was giving people permission to sin. They even went so far as to accuse Jesus of participating with them in sin.
I have noticed people who have never even heard the word grace sin quite frequently, and those who have experienced grace, such as Zacchaeus in the Bible, are transformed by grace. If grace led to more sin, then Zacchaeus would have never repaid those from whom he stole twice as much as he had stolen, but would have stolen double from them after hearing about grace from Jesus. According to the Pharisees, Jesus probably would have been right there with him, giving him permission to steal! Yet, after his conversation of grace with Jesus, his life was changed.
If grace led to more sin, then the immoral woman who received grace from Jesus in the home of the Pharisee would have not left at peace after she experienced Jesus' grace, but would have left pursing even more immoral behavior.
If the religious people of Jesus' day and our day were right, then both Zacchaeus and the immoral woman would have left empowered by grace to sin all the more. But they are wrong. They were wrong in Jesus' day. They are wrong in our day.
The Bible is right. Jesus is right. It is grace that leads people out of sin because grace changes our hearts. Grace is the unconditional love, unmerited kindness, unlimited forgiveness, and unearned blessings of God freely given us in Jesus and received by faith.