WHY YOU MAY NEED TO STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING & THANK GOD FOR HIS MERCY RIGHT NOW (2 minutes)…

Psalm 118 is my favorite Psalm. I begins very powerfully declaring that God’s mercy endures forever.

Psalm 118 (NKJV)

118 Oh, (A)give thanks to the Lord, for He isgood!
(B)For His mercy endures forever.

2 (C)Let Israel now say,
“His mercy endures forever.”

3 Let the house of Aaron now say,
“His mercy endures forever.”

4 Let those who fear the Lord now say,
“His mercy endures forever.”

I also love the reminder in Lamentations Chapter 3 that God gives ‘brand new mercies’ every morning.

Lamentations 3:22-24 (NKJV)

22 (A)Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed,
Because His compassions (B)fail not.
23 They are new (C)every morning;
Great is Your faithfulness.

If we aren’t careful we can take God’s mercy for granted and even allow thanking Him for His mercy to become cliche.

Please watch the two and a half minute video from a lesson I taught a few years ago.

BE BLESSTIFIED!

2 thoughts on “WHY YOU MAY NEED TO STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING & THANK GOD FOR HIS MERCY RIGHT NOW (2 minutes)…

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  1. Hey friend, it’s ironic that this Psalm is your favorite, when Deb and I read through this passage, “His mercy endures forever…” for years I would glaze over it, but about 5 or 6 weeks ago when we read this passage, it hit me…Gods Mercy endure forever, wow !! that our great God and savior, truly desires to show mercy to His creation, and His compassions fail not, wow…Praise the Lord !! thanks Aldtric, God Bless, Dave

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