Mercy triumphs over judgment 

Mercy definition: compassionate or kindly forbearance shown toward an offender, an enemy, or other person in one’s power; compassion, pity, or benevolence:

Gods mercy denotes compassion and love, not just feelings or emotions, as expressed in tangible ways.

God knows the beginning from the end so He will put into place the action required which is known as mercy in order to cover what He already knows will happen. 

Mercy isn’t just handed out when we do something that we think we’ve done wrong but is handed out to us every second of the day. 

Mercy is for every single person on the planet.

Every bad thought, every wrong deed, every fleshly thing we will ever do has already been covered by mercy. 

God sees the beginning from the end and pours mercy over all our shortcomings before they even happen.

Too much emphasis is on what we think are the big things we’ve done wrong when really Jesus has paid the price and has poured mercy on ALL of our shortcomings which are actually second by second. 

So great are our shortcomings and fleshly, earthly nature that mercy is required on a second by second basis. 

And when we don’t do things exactly how God wants us to, mercy is still poured on us. 

He will turn everything into good. 

He has to because it is in His very nature to delight in showing mercy and fixing our wrong into right. 

James 2:12-13 Speak and act consistently as people who are going to be judged by the law of liberty that moral law that frees obedient Christians from the bondage of sin. For judgment will be merciless to one who has shown no mercy; but to the one who has shown mercy mercy triumphs victoriously over judgment. 

God desires a relationship with humankind, but must show mercy to them in order for this relationship to be built. 

God’s mercy is demonstrated in the light of our Jesus, the supreme expression of love, mercy, and grace.


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