Tag Archive | Mercy

Hagee Ministry Ambulance Displayed at CUFI Event in Jerusalem

 Pastor John Hagee led hundreds of followers and members of Christians United for Israel (CUFI) to Israel to show their political support and bless Israel. As part of the activities, CUFI members and other supporters gathered in central Jerusalem for a march and solidarity rally on the steps of Jerusalem’s city hall. During the gathering […]

Pastor Ken Hutcherson, “How to make your enemy a friend”

Former linebacker Ken Hutcherson, who has Pastored Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland Washington since 1985, explains how to make your enemy a friend; How would you like to be a big black man who is conservative, friends with the likes of Dr. James Dobson and Rush Limbaugh, someone who believes that there are no mistakes […]

“Am I My Brother’s Keeper?”

Cain displayed a shameful tone of presumptuous impudence in his insulting reply to the Lord God. If it had not been on record in the page of inspiration, we might almost have doubted whether a man could speak so impudently when actually conscious that God himself was addressing him. Men blaspheme often in a most […]

A Lesson on Mercy from Jonah

A message came to Jonah from the Lord a second time. He said,  “Go to the great city of Nineveh. Announce to its people the message I give you.”   Jonah obeyed the Lord. He went to Nineveh. On the first day, Jonah started into the city. He announced, “In 40 days Nineveh will be […]

“Mercy Walked In”

This is a favorite of mine. Gordon Mote has sure been blessed by God with talent and a beautiful voice. I’m so glad he uses both to Glorify the Lord. This time every year I find myself contemplating anew, the Cross, the blood, and Jesus’ self-sacrifice. My heart overflows with renewed gratitude for the morning […]

“The Stony Heart”, plus a message from David Wilkerson

THE FALL of man was utter and entire. Some things when they have become dilapidated may be repaired; but the old house of mankind is so thoroughly decayed that it must be pulled down even to its foundation, and a new house must be erected. To attempt mere improvement is to anticipate a certain failure. […]

“A Very Thin Line..”

Their door was paper thin. They had a sheet taped to the wall to cover the front window. The porch light wasn’t on, probably because it didn’t work. When she opened the skinny door, I let them know that the presents were in the car. The 4-year-old, blissfully ignorant of her living situation, let this […]

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