June 13, 2021

Grace & Mercy Assembly

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God’s Steadfast Love and Compassion

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Gleaning life “weekly” nuggets for Rebuilding Yourself. Monday, May 13, 2019.

Gleaning life “weekly” nuggets for Rebuilding Yourself. Monday, May 13, 2019.

Topic: God’s Steadfast Love and Compassion
Scriptural Foundation: Micah 7:18-20; Luke 1:67-73
Store Scripture: Psalm 105:8. EasyEnglish version. He will always remember his covenant. He will never, never forget his promises.

For me, Zechariah’s prophecy about Jesus purpose on earth at his son John the Baptist naming is very loaded, insightful, enlightening and instructive. There are more nuggets of truth from Zechariah’s prophetic outburst in Luke 1:71-72 inspired by the Holy Spirit. They include that Christ coming into the world would bring salvation to mankind, a clear manifestation of God showing HIS MERCY to humanity as promised to our ancestors in fulfillment of His covenant. Our God is ever faithful to keeping His promises no matter how long it may take. 2 Corinthians 1:20. NET version. For every one of God’s promises are “Yes” in him; therefore also through him the “Amen” is spoken, to the glory we give to God. Our father Abraham is a good example. Genesis 15:4-6; Genesis 17:1-9 and Genesis 21:1-7. Hold to whatever He promised you. Never waiver, He said though it tarries, wait patiently for it.
Conclusion.
God’s steadfast love endues forever. Micah 7:19. EasyEnglish version. You will again be kind to us because you love us. So, again you will remove everything our (sins) that we have done wrong. You will crush those bad things. You will throw all of them our (sins) into the deep sea.

I pray you have faith to wait, believe and receive His word just as it says and by living in right standing (righteousness) with Christ in Him.

Apostle Friday Idawor
(Grace and Mercy Assembly, Ikorodu-Lagos, Nigeria)

Topic: God’s Steadfast Love and Compassion
Scriptural Foundation: Micah 7:18-20; Luke 1:67-73
Store Scripture: Psalm 105:8. EasyEnglish version. He will always remember his covenant. He will never, never forget his promises.

For me, Zechariah’s prophecy about Jesus purpose on earth at his son John the Baptist naming is very loaded, insightful, enlightening and instructive. There are more nuggets of truth from Zechariah’s prophetic outburst in Luke 1:71-72 inspired by the Holy Spirit. They include that Christ coming into the world would bring salvation to mankind, a clear manifestation of God showing HIS MERCY to humanity as promised to our ancestors in fulfillment of His covenant. Our God is ever faithful to keeping His promises no matter how long it may take. 2 Corinthians 1:20. NET version. For every one of God’s promises are “Yes” in him; therefore also through him the “Amen” is spoken, to the glory we give to God. Our father Abraham is a good example. Genesis 15:4-6; Genesis 17:1-9 and Genesis 21:1-7. Hold to whatever He promised you. Never waiver, He said though it tarries, wait patiently for it.
Conclusion.
God’s steadfast love endues forever. Micah 7:19. EasyEnglish version. You will again be kind to us because you love us. So, again you will remove everything our (sins) that we have done wrong. You will crush those bad things. You will throw all of them our (sins) into the deep sea.

I pray you have faith to wait, believe and receive His word just as it says and by living in right standing (righteousness) with Christ in Him.

Apostle Friday Idawor
(Grace and Mercy Assembly, Ikorodu-Lagos, Nigeria)

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