But God is a God of grace to all, even to those who are not chosen and will spend eternity in Hell separated from God. God giving grace to those outside of His plan is called common grace. Common grace today is defined by Jesus as God giving rain to the just and unjust and God giving everyone safety in travel, and God blessing unbelieving parents with children or big retirement accounts. Even people taking their next breath is an act of common grace by God. In the chapters we read today we saw God and His common grace shown. God providing a way out for Hagar and Ishmael and then blessing them is common grace. 22:20 and the family listing of Nahor is God showing us His common grace to people that were outside of His chosen will. So we need to see this common grace from this text as well as every day life. God and His grace is much bigger and broader than we think or imagine as His children. We need to not only thank God every day for His salvation grace or special grace but we also need to be thankful for God and His common grace. Then while we are being thankful we can introduce unbelievers to their experience of God and His common grace in their lives and equip them to take the next step to finding God and His salvation grace. Lets not miss the bigger picture of God and His grace to all, outside our little narrow self window.