Wednesday, September 24, 2014

UNDERSTANDING THE LORD'S MERCY

'Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.' - Matthew 5 vs 7

Dearly Beloved, while I prayed, the Spirit of the LORD began to talk to me about many of His children, that they are scared of Him, and He thinks they've not understood how great His mercy is towards them. He then opened my eyes to two (2) scriptures, where I came to a full joyful understanding of the mercy of God towards us. Just read and be Blessed. AMEN.  

You know, I said my heart was flowing with joy, yes. When a pipe channels water from one source to another, that pipe is the vessel that gets the wetness first. That's how it is also when we bring you Revelations of God's word, we are the first that gets the euphoria of it. - Selah   Now, I told you that the Lord opened my eyes to two (2) scriptures, yes. Our opening scripture is the first. Let's now examine it;

'Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.' - Matthew 5 vs 7 {KJV}

The LORD began to tell me, He said, why do my people, my children feel scared to come to me or pray to me when they've done repeated wrongs against me? He said, how can I tell you to be merciful, and yet I myself am so unmerciful? - Selah. The LORD told me while I was still praying, He said, I said that scripture (Matthew 5 vs 7), I instructed you to be merciful because that's my exact nature. He added that, He never gave us teachings that went outside His own nature. Therefore if He expects us to be merciful towards people, it means He Himself is the embodiment of mercy. - Selah. Do you get it now? All I could say was 'waowwwwwwww'. - Selah

Now, that was the first scripture He began to talk to me from. Let us go over now to the second. But I believe you are already getting the idea, Right? Okay. Now let's see;

Matthew 18:21 Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? 

18:22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.
{KING JAMES VERSION}

Here, we see an outstanding question Peter the Apostle asked the Lord, and what an answer the Lord gave. Now the Lord began to instruct me, He said, how can I tell man to forgive his brother seventy times seven (490) and yet I am mad when my children wrong me repeatedly? - Selah. My dear, at this point, I was already shouting in my prayer. The Lord said, if I commanded men to forgive seventy times seven, then I do more than that. Waow!   O, this was the reason the Prophet cried out;

'The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases, [ b] his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is thy faithfulness.' - Lamentations 3 vs 22 - 23 {REVISED STANDARD VERSION}

My Beloved in the LORD, even if the LORD limits His mercy towards us to seventy times seven, it is still very sufficient for us because it is renewed every morning, every new day. O Glory to God forever. So we will be having seventy times seven from Him every new day. Waow! But more fortunately for us, His mercies towards us are unending, unceasing, meaning immeasurable. O Boiii...

As you read this piece, are you not feeling loved already? Don't you feel like running to the LORD in prayers thanking him? Is your confidence to approaching the LORD not firmer now? O yea. That's the power of the WORD. When we do wrongs against the LORD, no matter how many times we repeat them because of our weaknesses, the LORD is more ready to forgive us of all trespasses. And you know what? It is the knowledge of how merciful and kind the LORD is towards us that actually stirs us to continually want to please Him, because we've come to know that the LORD is never mad at us! - Selah

Thank you Jesus.

God Bless You.
- Pastor Jenning Uweye

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