I have seen what they do, but I will heal them anyway! I will lead them. I will comfort those who mourn, bringing words of praise to their lips. May they have abundant peace, both near and far,” says the LORD, who heals them.
Isaiah 57:18-19 (NLT)
The Lord is full of mercy. Not a blind mercy, but a, “I know what you have done, but I have unconditional love for you” kind of mercy. The Prophet is quoting God saying that even though He has seen what we have done, He will love us anyway. He promises to heal us, lead us, comfort us and give us peace. This implies that we need God in these areas and that He desires to help us. So if we are hurt or sick, God will heal us. If we are lost or confused, He will lead us. If we feel hopeless and helpless, He will comfort us. And if we feel anxious or afraid, He will give us peace. Today, turn to God. He knows all about us. He has seen what we have done but wants to love us anyway.
Dear Father God. Thank You for Your unconditional love. Thank You for Your endless mercy. Thank You for Your personal interest in my life. I surrender to You and ask You to guide me and help me live for You. In Jesus’ name.
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