Text: Lamentations 3: 22. It is of the LORD’s mercies that we are not consumed because his compassions fail not.

The mercy and Grace of God are beyond human comprehension.
It is more than a practice, It is a sure working spirit that sees us through difficult times.
When we fall short of God’s Glory, His mercy draws us back to Him.
Many are the battles of man, but by His mercy, we come out alive.
By the mercies of God, we can boldly testify that we were troubled on every side, yet not distressed, perplexed, but not in despair, persecuted, but not forsaken, cast down, but not destroyed.

Our work did not give us access to the unfailing Mercy and Grace of God, Christ’s victory over death on the cross, tore the curtains and gave us access to the Heavenlies, it gave us another birth that allows us to see and enjoy all the benefits and blessings of our God.
For this reason, we now the ability to boldly access God’s Holy throne and receive His mercy and Grace in the time of need.

Whatsoever you have not worked for, you must carefully use it.
Today we see how people abuse the mercies of God.
A life of persistent sin is an abuse of mercy.
When we are delivered from any affliction or demonic possession or oppression, God expects we stay delivered by constant reloading our spirit with His word.
Most people abuse grace because of ignorance.
Grace will not keep you in perpetual sin, grace is not a license to remain in sin, rather, the help of God to live above all works of the flesh.

I pray for you, may the mercies and Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ remains in daily fellowship with you and your family, warning and keeping you off impending dangers in Jesus’ name.

Shalom.