Messenger Confidentials: Mercicordia

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Acts 20:32 KJV — And now, brethren, I commend you to God, and to the word of his grace, which is able to build you up, and to give you an inheritance among all them which are sanctified.

So that’s what this life is all about. God and grace and giving. Walking down the street early this morning. Trying to pray and seek God. Looking for opportunities always to share the great love of God in the person of Jesus Christ. I was crowded over by a guy on a bike. Going to work. I gave him the sidewalk. Its not my sidewalk. You have to respect a man going to work on a bicycle. Give him room and grace. So I’m thinking that’s what it is to serve Jesus. Giving away things that aren’t mine. It’s not my world anyways. This world is not my home.
So I see a little lady. She quit. She couldn’t walk any further. She was holding her heart. She was hurting. A little Spanish lady. I layed my hands on her. I don’t know Spanish. I said “mercicordia” en de nambre de Jesus. She started crying. Jesus. You know how sweet it sounds in Spanish. Jesus. So I prayed for her. Asking Jesus to heal her and touch her body. The holy Spirit was ministering to her. I tried to use whatever little words I know. Le gracia de Dios es fuerte. We said our amens and she turned around and went home. They call me gringo. I don’t mind anymore. I just want to hear them say their Halelu JAH and their sweet Jesus. I think she’s going to be alright. I feel better now myself. It’s ok to be broken if you can find a little grace here or there.

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