All posts tagged: mercy

On the wall with Nehemiah: God’s MANIFOLD mercies!

Hey there BCU Family!

Our Nehemiah series continues with the Israelites realizing how much mercy God extended to them–even in their disobedient state. And He still continues to extend His mercy to us, but there is a price to pay for willful and continual disobedience! Listen in to see what exactly happened and why we should be mindful of the consequences of being “hard-necked”.

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Now and later….Where are you in Christ?

Hey Family, I had another post in mind, but as the news unfolds about the attacks in Paris, I felt it apropos to speak what the Lord laid on my heart. As much as we don’t want to think about it, our days are numbered. In fact, Psalms 90:10 says, the days of our years are threescore years and ten, (age 70) and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, (age 80) yet it is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off and we fly away.  And we well know some people fly away sooner than those ages, according to God’s divine plan, so unless He specifically tells you, we have no idea when our last earthly moment will be, what it will entail and after that, we have to give an account to God (Romans 14:12). With all the things going on in this present world, it is scary to think about dying, yes. What we want to ensure right now is WHERE we live after we die. As …

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Lesson in the lollipop..

Hey family, 12-4-15–I was re-reading this post from a couple of years ago and the information God gave is JUST as relevant now as it was then. Isn’t God good like that? Re-read and be blessed! So, I took my grand kids to the barber shop since my grandson was favoring a wooly mammoth. 😄 This place gives lollypops to the kids, even if they don’t get a service, meaning my granddaughter would benefit as well. Once the kids chose their treats, I told them to put them away until after we ate dinner. Now, I know that grandparents are supposed to spoil the babies, but there is a limit, now. Veggies before sugar! When we got home, I thought it best to collect the candy and pass it out after dinner. Little man (aged 3 at the time) happily produced his lollypop, while Shortcake (age 4 then), hesitated and told me her stick broke. I told her that was fine, just hand it over. In addition to the broken stick, the wrapper was barely …

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