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The God of Mercy.

The prophet Micah once asked a rhetorical question: “Who is a god like you?”

The answer is: nobody.

Micha makes a significant difference between the individual cultures of his time. Other religions and peoples worshiped all sorts of gods, none of which offered forgiveness of sins - except Micah's God.

God continually forgave the Israelite people for their idolatry and disobedience. And He has always given His people the opportunity to be obedient and find forgiveness when they have sinned against Him.

This is still one of the main differences between Christianity and other religions today.

Through Jesus, Micah's words have come true: “You will not remain angry forever, for you love to be merciful!” In no other world religion is there a God who has come to die for His people. No other religion offers us a restored, personal relationship with God through the sacrifice of Himself.

Paul wrote in Romans:
“For in this respect men are alike: all have become guilty and no longer reflect the glory which God originally bestowed upon man. To atone for our guilt, God let His Son die on the cross in front of the whole world. Jesus shed His blood for us and with this sacrifice obtained forgiveness for all who believe.”
Romans 3:22b-25a

According to the Christian faith, everyone has turned away from God, and yet everyone has the chance to be brought back to God through Jesus.

Jesus is the final sacrifice and the final proof of mercy to a broken world. The Bible teaches that whoever calls on the name of Jesus will be saved. So if you have not yet decided to trust in Jesus, consider turning to the One who delights in showing you mercy.

This home design project - was published on 2024-02-24 and was 100% designed by Homestyler Mobile App, which includes 40 popular, exquisite models

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    💕ℳ𝒶𝓉𝓉𝒾𝓈ℴ𝓃 ℳ𝓊𝓇𝓅𝒽𝓎💕

    Wow wow wow!!! I absolutely love this so much!

    28 February