Wednesday, June 3, 2020
The Mercy of God
When God saw their actions, that they turned from their evil ways, He changed His mind about the disaster that He had said He would bring upon them, and He did not do it.
- Jonah 3:10
After much resistance, Jonah yielded to God to go to Nineveh to preach to that
great city in Assyria. Then the pronouncement was made that after forty days
God would judge the city with His wrath.
With urgency, the king declared a fast that even included the animals. The
people wept and begged for mercy, and with an open heart they prayed to God.
Because they humbled themselves in prayer, God lifted His declaration and
spoke life, and not death, over them.
Our God does not show favoritism, for His mercy extends the globe (John 3:17).
The love and mercy of God can reach anyone—from the uttermost to the
guttermost. He can reach out to wherever your unsaved loved ones are and set
their feet on the Rock of their salvation.
Think of loved ones who are lost, and pray for their salvation today. Think of
those in your city, nation, and world who are lost. Pray for their salvation
today. Ask God to be merciful to them and to send His Spirit to convict,
deliver, save, and heal them today.
- Jonah 3:10
- John 3:17
- Isaiah 52:7
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