Whoever conceals his transgressions will not prosper,
but he who confesses and forsakes them will obtain mercy.
Our mighty faithful, forgiving King entered the arena today to take his daughters faces into His hands, to hold them, to see them, to hear them, and walk them through to victory. He showed them there is a hope and a future. They called upon their King and prayed to Him, and He heard His daughters. They sought Him and found Him as they sought after Him with their whole heart. He restored them and gathered them from all the corners of the prison. (Jeremiah 29:11-14)
Today, He took the hands of His daughters and led them onto the path of mercy, forgiveness, love, and grace. He is Lord!
The ladies came and filled the gym. He now has begun a restoration in their lives and hearts. No longer will they live separated from Him or in exile from their King. They entered into His Kingdom today. Other sisters who have been there, waiting, readily joining and welcoming them into the forces of the Army Of Grace, forgiveness, and love.
That benevolence, mildness or tenderness of heart which disposes a person to overlook injuries, or to treat an offender better than he deserves; the disposition that tempers justice, and induces an injured person to forgive trespasses and injuries, and to forbear punishment, or inflict less than law or justice will warrant. In this sense, there is perhaps no word in our language precisely synonymous with mercy. That which comes nearest to it is grace. It implies benevolence, tenderness, mildness, pity or compassion, and clemency, but exercised only towards offenders. Mercy is a distinguishing attribute of the Supreme Being.
His throne is upheld by mercy.
Mercy now flows over His daughters inside the gates.