Picture worth a thousand words

How many times have you failed? Can you raise your hand? I got my hand raised, we fail more than we want to admit. And even in our failing the Lord’s Mercy and Grace Remains the Same.

Mercy I fallWhat you will find in His word is this Psalm 91:7 says’ A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand, but it will not come near you. What the Psalmist David is telling us is that no matter what comes our way it will not come nigh to thy dwelling, in other words you can smell the sulfur you can see the dry plains the water can rage as high as it wants to but it will not over take you. (Right there my friend have a reason to shout).

Lord Jesus, I know I fail at times, mostly it’s because I did not want to wait, Lord I ask you to forgive me for rushing ahead of You. Lord this morning there are some who are really feeling the hurt of failure Lord Jesus I ask You to wrap Your arms around them and let lift them up. Let them know that Your Grace is going to get them through and that they are not a failure in YOU. In the Mighty name of Jesus Christ, I pray. AMEN


2 thoughts on “Picture worth a thousand words

  1. Reblogged this on Living Life Day by Day and commented:
    Do you feel like a failure? Have you tried something yet failed to succeed at it no matter your efforts? Failure for me could be as simple as not succeeding in ticking things off of my ever expanding To Do List. Yet in all this God is with me no matter what. A great reminder of His faithfulness and tender mercy towards us. Have a Wonderful Wednesday and remember: God loves you, failures and all 🙂

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