Our heroes from history have feet of clay. They were prone to their own sin. In many ways, they were products of their time who stood out in one or a few notable areas. It's the same with us. So while we emulate their virtues, we eradicate their vices. Noah was one of these heroes – a righteous man who walked with God, a man who obeyed God's commands and saved humanity (Hebrews 11:7), and yet a man who committed a sin that ended up shaping the future of the world. God's grace is greater than our sin. He uses sinners. He even turns sin around and uses it to accomplish His plan. When we are confronted with the sin of others, how do we deal with it?