For Mercy’s Sake

Mercy is an incredible spirit that comes exclusively from God. One of the most sacred and incomparable events that ever happened to any human on this earth was when Moses was allowed to see God. If you are familiar with this incident recorded in the Bible, then you are aware of that Moses did not actually “see” God, but was able to get as close as any human has ever gotten to the Lord.
This event, which is wonderfully portrayed in the Scriptures, says that God put His hand in front of Moses’ face and then passed before him. What Moses saw was an expression of words that said, “And I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will shew mercy on whom I will shew mercy.”

 

Now let me take you to today and to our prayer life. Just as there are different frequencies on your radio, there are also different accesses to Christ. By this, I mean spirits or attitudes of the heart. One Scripture put it this way, “to those that are hard I will be like an adamant stone, but to the merciful I will show mercy.” God is showing the different frequencies He uses. 

 Now that I have experienced the kind and gentle teddy-bear love of God, available to all who are willing to approach the presence of His mercy, I hope and pray that every moment of my entire life remains in this place with God.

 Mercy has changed many of my memories concerning my parents. I can now only remember the wonderful times we had together. It has also changed the way I look at my relatives when I think about our interactions together. Only joyous, good, and pleasant events come to my mind. 

 Mercy has even cleansed all unpleasant memories regarding any of the people that attended our church ~ which includes the 16,000 people that were baptized which received salvation under my mother’s ministry. It’s all good! 

 Mercy has gone through the rows and rows of hurtful memories recorded in my mental library, has taken out every book that references something that could be bad or ugly, and cast them into the sea of forgetfulness!

Oh, may all of us have mercy cleanse any corrupted mental files and volumes of needed-to-be forgotten memories! How wonderful to have only memories that God’s mercy has cleansed.
Sent in love,
Pastor Richard Gazowsky
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