would change the items to other ones that mean something, but keep the chain and have the end say "grace"
the one was made of gold, the other was of silver; first with the white, then with the yellow key, he plied the gate so as to satisfy me. "Whenever one of these keys fails, not turning appropriately in the lock" he said to us, "this gate of entry does not open. One is more precious, but the other needs much art and skill before it will unlock -- that is the key that must undo the knot. These I received from Peter; and he taught me rather to err in opening than in keeping this portal shut.