True Spirituality – 11 – Mercy
God called the model of his throne in the tabernacle of Isreal the mercy seat. That tells us a lot about God and how we ought to be as well.
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Today’s presentation is the eleventh in a series on True Spirituality. The topic is Mercy and it’s being recorded on the Day of Atonement. I’m indebted to Leroy Diem, of Durango, Colorado, for the excellent research he did on this topic.
On the Feast of Trumpets we read in Matthew 23:23 that Jesus upbraided the Pharisees for majoring in the minors, so to speak. They focused on relatively minor aspects of the law, while leaving off the more important qualities, which He said were justice, mercy and faith – all matters of character. On Trumpets we studied what it meant to add justice to our lives. And today we want to do the same thing with mercy.