Amazing Grace is thus because we often cannot see the value of that which God paid so dear a price to redeem. We are perplexed that virtue should die for dishonor, that life should be sacrificed for selfishness, and that profound love be lifted upon a cross to which it was nailed by hateful men.
But in the resurrection undeniable virtue rose to life that dishonor could be sealed beneath God's refusal to ever raise it again. Sacrifice extended God's opened arms upon the cross above those who stood beneath its revelation with closed and selfish hearts. Divine love as lifted upon the cross took center stage on the day when hell staked its fraudulent claim that hatred should rule the day.
The value of each person is found in our creator's hands and the value of every lost soul is found in our redeemer's hands.
Romans 5:8 But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us