There can be no true holiness within a life that has not been broken by mercy’s touch, for true holiness is garmented in humility. The Mercy of God destroys pride and selfishness; it ruins a man’s trust in himself. The sheer weight of mercy leaves us without remedy in anything other than Christ.
Humility is the fruit of the mercy of God.
Those who know mercy
are in debt to the person of Christ for eternity.
My former pastor once commented, “Please by my new book, ‘The 10 Most Humble People in the World and How I Taught the Other Nine.’”
Of course, his tongue was in his cheek!
That is a good line. I might keep that one for an appropriate time!
May we all have more Isaiah moments “Woe is me for an ruined”
My favorite verse as I watch a sunrise “His mercies are new every morning”
Such experiences are what goes into the making of saints… How we need such men to arise!
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