Is God Comppassionate

God is compassionate
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Is God Compassionate

God is gra­cious. There are bless­ings you enjoy not because of any­thing you have done but because of God’s mer­cy and love. When God had mer­cy on mankind, He redeemed mankind and then brought mankind to the throne of grace.

Some­times you get so busy that you for­get to pray yet God’s pow­er man­i­fests. Some­times you pray and you do not pray right yet God answers. Find here the copy thar gives you that push to look beyond what is hap­pen­ing now: https://www.experiencelifebundanceinchrist.com/product/see-beyond-your-circumstances/

Some­times you do not pray and you find or have answers com­ing from God; break­throughs, favours come. It is because of God’s grace; His com­pas­sion­ate nature at work.

Psalm 103: 13–14 say; “As a father loves and pities his chil­dren, so the Lord loves and pities those who fear Him (with rev­er­ence, wor­ship, and awe). For He knows our frame, He (earnest­ly) remem­bers and imprints (on His Heart) that we are dust.”

It is all God’s com­pas­sion­ate nature speak­ing out.

The mer­cy and com­pas­sion of God is the rea­son you progress, you pros­per, you are favoured, you are sus­tained.

God will sat­is­fy you, He will deliv­er you, He will keep you safe. He will estab­lish your feet on a sol­id rock as He is the rock of Ages. All accord­ing to His pur­pose and will for you as He cares for you more than you can ever know.

So no weapon fash­ioned against you shall pros­per because God is big­ger than the dev­il and his cohorts. Why don’t you choose to obey God, trust His com­pas­sion­ate nature.  Choose life (Christ). Do not open up to the dev­il. Open up to God Almighty alone through Jesus Christ who is the only through source/way to God. Know more about strength in temp­ta­tion and crises here: https://www.experiencelifebundanceinchrist.com/product/strength-in-crises-and-temptation/ 

And this is what God has to say; Isa­iah 49:15–26; “And the Lord answered can a woman for­get her nurs­ing child, that she should not have com­pas­sion on the son on her womb? Yes they may for­get, yet I will not for­get you.

Behold, I have indeli­bly imprint­ed (tat­tooed a pic­ture of)you on the palm of each of my hands; (O Zion) your walls are con­tin­u­al­ly before me.” In your sit­u­a­tions be strength­ened by the know­ing what is in this prod­uct Strength In Temp­ta­tion And Crises: https://www.experiencelifebundanceinchrist.com/product/understanding-the-times-and-seasons-of-christian-faith/ 

God has an inde­scrib­able love for you, trust God’s love for you, trust God and lean on Him alone. Do His works. Do what He wants you to do with all dili­gence. Hear­ken to God’s voice, He speaks to you.

When things get though, you feel pain, emp­ty, sui­ci­dal etc seek God’s direc­tion imme­di­ate­ly as this is what you ought to do because there could be a cross-exam­i­na­tion going on and the dev­il (the accuser of brethren) is in the court of God accus­ing and seri­ous­ly seek­ing you fail.

This is what you must do; remind God of His com­pas­sion­ate nature. Say to God what Isa­iah 63: 15–16 says; “Look down from heav­en and see from the dwelling place of your holi­ness and your glo­ry. Where are your zeal and your jeal­ousy and your mighty acts (which you for­mer­ly did for your peo­ple)?   Your yearn­ing pity and the (mul­ti­tude of) com­pas­sion of your heart are restrict­ed and with­held from me.

For (sure­ly) you are our father; even though Abra­ham (our ances­tor) does not know us and Israel (Jacob) does not acknowl­edge us; You, O Lord are (still) our father, our Redeemer from ever­last­ing is your name.” (Ampli­fied Bible Ver­sion)

And verse 17 says; “O lord, why have you made us able to err from your ways and hard­ened our hearts to (rev­er­en­tial) fear of you? Return (to bless us) for your ser­vants’ sake, the tribes of your her­itage.”

Come to God with a gen­uine bro­ken heart come back to God. God desires your soul. Be with God alone not God and the dev­il. Do God’s will alone not the will of God and that of the dev­il. Choose God and God alone and align with Him com­ing through Christ Jesus alone. Let your prayer to God be born out of com­pas­sion.

 

God is compassionate

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