The scars that are hardest to heal from are the ones you can not see. It may even feel as if pain is permanently etched in your heart. Grief and abuse can come in many forms: it can be from the death of your best friend or from being violated by strangers. Regardless of the affliction, the burden remains the same, and your thoughts may be clouded with vengeful fantasies of getting even. How can you experience the mercy and freedom that has already been given to you?

Make it personal:
Do your emotions feel like a raging lion just waiting to be let out from its cage? Take our free life lesson!
Could you forgive the person who stole your spouse?
If you are struggling with anger and resentment and do not know where to start, our online mentors are here for you.

 Video produced by Centre Street Creative Films

3 Responses to “Mercy”

  • Shelley says:

    It is hard to forgive in situations like this, but if jesus forgives us we can so compassion and show mercy and forgive them, because they maybe hurting too.

  • sparkie1 says:

    He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us.
    2 Corinthians 1:4 Praise God for His mercy!

  • Esther Esther says:

    Scars inflicted due to grief and abuse are very painful and unless one is ready and willing to let go, they may be permanent and live within one for life. Grief robs people of loved ones and especially when it is under inhuman circumstances. Abuse, whether it is from a loved one or a stranger, it is hurt that sharply penetrates through the heart and unless one is ready and willing to forgive, it is a scar that one can carry for ever.

    God is merciful and as He has recorded in His word in Matthew 5:7 that “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy”, is able to grant us the ability to forgive so that we can move on in life. Even though we may not have killed or physically abused someone, yet we have all sinned in many other ways, yet God is very merciful and forgives us ALL our sins, irrespectively. Matthew 6:14 also states clearly that “For if you forgive men when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you”. It is all about forgiveness and mercy!

Leave a Reply