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  1. God’s mercies are not consumed because His compassions fail not. As his word says in Lamentations 3 verses 22-26 if we continue to read on we see they are new every morning. The verse goes on to say Great is your faithfulness. The Lord is my portion say my soul Therefore I hope in Him. So I do. It goes on the other verses to say other things to like The Lord is good to those who wait for him.To the soul who seek him. That is so true. If we do that we that are saved by spending time with the Lord each day reading his word the Bible and saying our prayers. Then it also goes on to say it is good that one should hope and wait quietly for the salvation of the Lord. I know that means to wait quietly for God to speak to us about our salvation. How we are live right for him and the way he wants us to live. If there is something in our lives that we are not doing right. Let him like a good Father nicely displine us to show us the way we are not living right. How to change it to make it right and live right again for him. I say Amen to that and for today reading as it really speaks to me. As his mercies are new each day. Plus each night. Thank you for today reading. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little in my prayers. Xx

  2. In Courage,

    Mercy is compassionate treatment of an attitude towards an offender or adversary. We have all sinned against God. He could easily have condemned us to hell. But because of His great love for us he extended mercy. He sent His only son to die our death. No matter what happens today, tonight or tomorrow – God’s love & mercy is new each day!

    Blessings 🙂

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