31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Mercy

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Gentle Reader,

Mercy: Compassion and forgiveness toward someone who doesn’t deserve it. Choosing to not punish someone who has done wrong. Expressed in tangible ways. The attribute of God clearly shown in the death and resurrection of Christ. As He has been merciful toward us, He expects us to be merciful toward others (we can do this only by the power of the Holy Spirit).

Related Concepts and/or Examples

An Example of Mercy – commentary on Genesis 4:15 by Warren Weirsbe

God’s Mercy – what it means for God to be merciful toward us

Who Does God Want to Have Mercy On? – from the Society of Evangelical Arminians

Hymns of Mercy – songs focusing on this attribute


For all entries in the 31 Days of Feasting on Theology series, go here.



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