“O LORD, I have heard Your speech and was afraid; O LORD, revive Your work in the midst of the years! In the midst of the years make it known; In wrath remember mercy.” – (Habbakuk 3:2)
Part 2: A detailed study of the mercy of God. How is it measured? Who qualifies for it it? What does it mean to receive “mercy in a time of judgement”, does it mean the judgement won’t proceed? How does God decide who is righteous or not to receive mercy? May these teachings Yah provides be edifying to the Body of Christ first, but also to all who are looking for truth. These are still times of relative freedom and peace; these days are useful to build up understanding of what the last days of human history (difficult and extremely terrifying as taught by scripture) will be like. Shalom.
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May our Lord continue to bless and protect you. Your work has convicted me to pray daily and to read the Bible as I am reading your inspired warnings. Thank you for your devotion and dedication to Jesus Christ and your family in Him.
Brothers/Sisters, we must work diligently at reading God’s word. If you will set aside the time each day to read 7 chapters you will complete the Bible in just under 6 months. I have learned so much from this discipline and willingness to dedicate that time each day. Just do it! The Lord WILL bless you for it.
Judges 1:7 And Adoni-bezek said, Seventy kings with the thumbs of their hands and the big toes of their feet cut away used to pick up scraps underneath my table. >>>Just as I have done, so has Elohim made repayment to me.<<<