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UNDERSTANDING THE MERCY OF GOD
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Published: Thursday, 9th December 2021

By: Benedicta Apeh

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UNDERSTANDING THE MERCY OF GOD

The Different Dimensions of God’s Mercy


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I believe the Lord wants us to come into the understanding a lot of things, because knowing something is one thing, understanding is much better if not, you may not be able to apply what you know correctly. The bible says in Proverbs 4:7 “that Wisdom is the principal thing; Therefore get wisdom. And in all your getting, get understanding.

I am sure many of us have used this phrase “God, have mercy on me.” At least once in our lifetime. I have used that phrase personally maybe a thousand and one times. Or in extreme cases, some people have asked another man to have mercy on them. But most times, when we say God, have mercy on me, I believe there is something we are demanding of God, something we want to see that shows us that God truly showed us mercy, right? But sometimes, we get disappointed when it seems like the mercy we desired, we didn’t get and it's like God did not answer. We are going to be understanding the mercy of God in different dimensions so that whenever we ask for mercy, we know what we are really asking for. 

When we recite this verse, Psalm 23:6 (NKJV) - Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me All the days of my life; And I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever.” What do we mean by mercy should follow us? I am sure we are not saying it for saying sake. Are we really open to the mercy that we are demanding?

So, what does that mercy mean? Before we look at the different dimensions, Let’s see the Almighty God, as the God of mercy. We will be looking at some scriptures to open us up to that.

 

THE GOD OF MERCY

Exodus 34: 6

And the Lord passed before him and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abounding in goodness and truth,

This was God himself announcing it by himself, affirming it, I am the Lord God, MERCIFUL and gracious. This was after God had written out the ten commandments on tablets of stones and Moses had smashed it in anger when the Israelites were worshipping the golden calf in Exodus chapter 32. So, God had called him up to the mountain again so that Moses could write another one by himself (Moses), replace the tablets he broke. So, they could work on another one. So, in that Exodus 34, God declared himself as MERCIFUL! And when God declares himself like that, it is a pointer to who he is and what he is doing.

Lamentations 3:22-23

Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness.

What is mercy? From a dictionary meaning, it means compassion or forgiveness shown towards someone whom it is within one's power to punish or harm. So, mercy is within the power of the person that you are demanding it from. Synonym for mercy is compassion, sympathy etc.

In Romans 9: 14-18

What shall we say then? Is there unrighteousness with God? Certainly not! For He says to Moses, “I will have mercy on whomever I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whomever I will have compassion.” So, then it is not of him who wills, nor of him who runs, but of God who shows mercy. For the Scripture says to the Pharaoh, “For this very purpose I have raised you up, that I may show My power in you, and that My name may be declared in all the earth.” Therefore He has mercy on whom He wills, and whom He wills He hardens.

 

An important understanding we must come to frm these verse that we read in Romans 9, that we must come to and settle with is that Mercy is God’s right and sole will. Mercy is God’s right to give or not to give. So, it is not because you begged for it or cried for it. Mercy is the sole right of the giver and how and when the person chooses to give it. You cannot cajole God to be merciful to you. He will show you mercy if he wants to.

 

2 Samuel 7: 12- 16

“When your days are fulfilled and you rest with your fathers, I will set up your seed after you, who will come from your body, and I will establish his kingdom. He shall build a house for My name, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. I will be his Father, and he shall be My son. If he commits iniquity, I will chasten him with the rod of men and with the blows of the sons of men. But My mercy shall not depart from him, as I took it from Saul, whom I removed from before you. And your house and your kingdom shall be established forever before you. Your throne shall be established forever.”

 

This was God talking to David, striking a covenant with him. In that verse 15, God said, my mercy shall not depart from him as I took it from Saul. That’s why even in all that Solomon did and erred against God, God remembered his covenant of mercy and what He said that-His mercy will not depart from him like it departed from Saul. If we were to judge, humanly speaking, whose sin was worse? Saul or Solomon? But it’s God’s right. And if He has decided to show you His mercy, then it will not fail. His compassion fails not. They are new every morning. And you know the morning is the break of a new day so his compassion is new everyday.

I want us to note importantly that we are not running the race of life  at our own pace like most of us think, but at mercy pace. At mercy pace!

God relates to us individually based on is mercy. So, you don’t need to envy anybody’s race or condemn anybody’s race because it’s a different mercy journey with God who gives it as He wills. And since you are a child of God, he does it with your best interest at heart even though we might not understand it.

Hebrews 4: 16 says, Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace that we MAY obtain mercy and grace to help in time of need. Your duty is to come, leave the rest to the Lord. And we will understand that more as we go ahead. Mercy is God’s right to give and He gives it how  and when He wants to, based on your unique race in life.

DIMENSIONS OF GOD’S MERCY

  • GOD’S MERCY IS A MERCY THAT SHIELDS

Let’s see an example in scriptures to buttress this,

Exodus 13: 17-18

Then it came to pass, when Pharaoh had let the people go, that God did not lead them by way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; for God said, “Lest perhaps the people change their minds when they see war, and return to Egypt.” So God led the people around by way of the wilderness of the Red Sea. And the children of Israel went up in orderly ranks out of the land of Egypt.

 A longer route doesn’t seem like the mercy at all but in God’s mercy, in His thoughtfulness towards us, knowing the end from the beginning, He directs and redirects our paths to shield us. Why God in his mercy will not make you go through certain things or challenges that others are going through is because He knows, it will swallow you, it will consume you. But others will take that turn and come out with testimonies. So, God shields you in his mercy.

Most times, we may not understand why we have to take this long road and others a very straight forward short one, but God in His mercy knows the dangers and potholes. And in His own wisdom, He will use the right and will He has to take you through that road even though you don’t want it or don’t understand it, just to protect you. It is not of Him at that willeth nor of him that runneth but of God that shows mercy. That’s a dimension of God’s mercy. A mercy that shields.  
It is him who works in us both to will and to do of his good pleasure. It’s his right. His sole will.

Knowing this will liberate us and make us rest in his mercy unafraid. We will be open to the different ways and dimensions that the mercy will come through. God will shield us in battle but another way is to take us through certain routes so that we don’t even see the battles.

  • There is a dimension of the mercy God shows to unbelievers and people he wants to redeem from the kingdom of darkness but much more as children of God, that fear God.

Luke 1: 50 says, And His mercy is on those who fear Him From generation to generation.

So, do you fear God? Then His mercy is with you. Whichever way He brings it to you, whichever route your life takes, His compassion will not fail. Except you are not a child of God.

 

  • Another dimension of the mercy of God, I called it by the help of the Holy spirit the Mercy Side of God in Judgement.

This is a dimension when we err or sin against God. This dimension is difficult to embrace because it’s a hard dimension to accept but sometimes in life, we might get to that point.

 

2 Samuel 24: 11-14

Now when David arose in the morning, the word of the Lord came to the prophet Gad, David’s seer, saying, “Go and tell David, ‘Thus says the Lord: “I offer you three things; choose one of them for yourself, that I may do it to you.”  So Gad came to David and told him; and he said to him, “Shall seven years of famine come to you in your land? Or shall you flee three months before your enemies, while they pursue you? Or shall there be three days’ plague in your land? Now consider and see what answer I should take back to Him who sent me.” 14 And David said to Gad, “I am in great distress. Please let us fall into the hand of the Lord, for His mercies are great; but do not let me fall into the hand of man.”

David said that from an understanding! He chose well!  For His mercies are great! So, when we say mercy follow us, we should do the same with this understanding. And we will soon understand better why he said his mercies are great!

2 Samuel 24: 15-16

So the Lord sent a plague upon Israel from the morning till the appointed time. From Dan to Beersheba seventy thousand men of the people died. And when the angel stretched out His hand over Jerusalem to destroy it, the Lord relented from the destruction, and said to the angel who was destroying the people, “It is enough; now restrain your hand.”

The Lord said, it is enough, restrain your hand. At first, the sending of the plague may not seem like mercy at all. We could say, God would have let it all go, had compassion, forgiven him, forgetten about everything but David understood what he was saying when he said, let us fall into the hand of the lord. I deserve this punishment but yet, I know my God who is merciful and kind. See that David did not beg that the judgement be taken away. He said, his mercies are great even in judgment.

Remember Job in the bible, if God had not put a clause to it that Satan, the enemy should not touch Job’s life, in a twinkle of seconds, the enemy that wants to kill, steal and destroy would have taken his life without restrain. So that he would have at least taken away another upright Godfearing man from the earth, then go and look for another person that seem upright to bother about.

We must note that an average man does not have restraint. Anything goes. Worse a man led by the devil, whenever it is time to steal, kill and destroy, he will do it with all his might without restraint.  So, David understood what he was saying when he said, let me fall into God’s hands, his mercies are great! The bible says, God said to the angel, restrain your hand! That is mercy! Compassion that never fails!   An average man has no restraint! The devil has no restraint.

Just imagine the same David that said in Psalms, the Lord prepares a table before me in the presence of my enemies. And his enemies come and there is no table prepared for David and the edge around him had been broken, the enemy will have every chance to feast on him. This same David that usually defeated them in battle will now be their prey

 

That is what David understood and said, God’s mercies are great. He has restraint. An average man has no restraint! In His mercy is faithfulness, in his justice is still compassion. His compassion fails not! That even when I deserve to be punished, he still shows mercy.

Remember when David erred with Bathsheba and the baby she gave birth to died, In God’s mercy again, It was another son that Bathsheba give birth to, that became the next king not even other legitimate wives so to say, why? There is a mercy of God in judgment. And his mercy was even stretched at the time Solomon was going all out to worship idols. 2 Samuel 12, God sent prophet Nathan to rebuke him and tell him that the child Bathsheba will have will die. David fasted, prayed, refused to eat, he came to the throne of grace to obtain mercy but what happened, the child died.

Immediately David found out the child was dead. What did he do? He got up and went to the house of the Lord and worshipped.  Did he get the mercy he wanted at that point? No! did it change God from being his God? No! Did it change God from being the God of mercy that he declared he was in Exodus? No! And the same woman gave birth to another son, Solomon that sat on the throne after David, that messed up on the long run while on the throne and God didn’t take away his covenant of mercy from him.

If you read that chapter very well, talking about Daviad, his servants asked him, we don’t understand you, when the child was alive, you didn’t eat, you wept but when the child died, you got up and ate. David told them, yes, I fasted and wept, because who can tell whether the Lord will be gracious to me? (2 Samuel 12: 22)

Who can tell?  That statement is loaded. That came from a place of understanding. I will come to the throne of grace to see if I may obtain mercy but who can tell? God’s ways are not the ways of man so let’s not even try to wrap our heads around it or fathom it but embrace his faithfulness and trust him. David was a man that trusted God.

Perhaps a person has a court case with somebody, either he or his opponent will be discharged and acquitted. The other person that is found guilty will be punished.  So, if this person is truly not guilty, and perhaps he would plead, Lord have mercy on me, vindicate me. And when God does, he rejoices and the other person gets punished right? That sounds like good judgment and God answered his prayer, right?

That example is easy to accept that God showed mercy but on our own part, if we actually committed the crime, it’s difficult to accept judgment even when we deserve to be punished, all we want is mercy. Let everything be wiped off. But does it work like that all the time? No! That mercy we will get but it’s God’s right on how to give it. The issue with our knowing about the mercy of God sometimes is that we see mercy in one dimension, let God just forget about everything, let everything just pass, have I not asked for mercy? But does it work like that always, No! Should we continue in sin that grace may abound? God forbid!

That’s why we must understand this. God is saying the judgement may not pass but there is compassion even in punishment, that is the mercy of God. The enemy has no mercy! No restraint! It might be a hard truth to come to terms with but it’s true! So, let’s fall into the hands of God.

Let me show us a scripture in James 2: 13 For judgment is without mercy to the one who has shown no mercy. Mercy triumphs over judgment.

Take note of thi,: for judgement is without mercy, so there is something as judgment without mercy. If there is, then there is something like judgement with mercy. And that’s what David understood.  I know I deserve judgment but there is a judgment with mercy that only God can give and His mercies are great! So why are we quick to settle that there is no mercy when we see judgement? I want the mercy of God but no judgment. There are cases like that when we err and God shields us and cover our weaknesses but there are times when judgement and mercy will have to come together. In both cases, it doesn’t change who God is or if He is still merciful or not! He is still God.

The Amplified version of James 2: 13, says that Judgement will be merciless to one who shows no mercy.

So, there is something like merciless judgment and a merciful judgment. So, we should not discard the judgment part like we want to most times but much more, the mercy part too is available.

The bible in that verse goes ahead to say that Mercy triumphs over judgement. When these two, mercy and judgement are placed on equal pedestal, mercy will overrule but that will be God’s decision. That’s why David didn’t say to the prophet, beg God, let him just forget everything. He declared. I will fall into God’s hands because I know his mercies are great! I am sure. Fully convinced of this.

So. whenever we run into error especially against God, we should quickly run back and fall into the hands of God why? Understanding the judgment of God and his mercy. Never forget, you are on a mercy pace with God.

 

  • There will lead me to another dimension, the Mercy Side of God in Chastisement

In the book of Daniel, King Nebuchadnezzar- lost his throne for a while, was that the mercy of God or not? It was mercy. God preserved his throne while chastising him and he still came back to take over after admitting to the sovereignty of God. In fact, in that book of Daniel, God in His mercy had already warned him in a  dream that Daniel interpreted but yet he still lifted up himself in pride and he was chased away to live with animals.

God might himself decided to humble you, strip you off certain privileges not out of condemnation but to say to you that I would rather show you mercy now than wait and lose your soul to hell, where there will be no mercy. So when we see certain things happen in some people’s lives, when it seemed they were doing very well before but all of a sudden, things take a new turn, and go sour, let’s not be quick to judge and say, it the devil, it may  just be God’s mercy chastising and trying to turn them over.

Please, let’s not think, in God’s mercy, He will not chastise us, He will do so. There is chastisement in His mercy. So that when we are asking God for mercy, and we still see certain things go somehow in our lives, we don’t get discouraged and say, but I asked God for mercy, what is happening? 

Perhaps, two people committed the same kind of crime and are bound for jail. And their families and loved ones are praying and trusting God, and telling God to have mercy. Somehow, one person is given a lighter punishment and not sent to jail and the other one is sent to jail, maybe for long number of years. It doesn’t look like mercy on the second one’s part but God says, I am taking these two people through different routes in my mercy so they can truly seek and find me. Because I know them, I know their hearts and they will respond differently. I am sure we have heard of people that find God and are devoted to God in jail and never look back? That’s the mercy of God

God says, I know these two people, I need to chastise them but I will do so differently. I will show them mercy differently, it’s my right because I see the end from the beginning. It’s the same goal I want to achieve but it’s a different mercy route. I want both of them to turn to me but I will show them my mercy in different ways even though both of them want to see my mercy in particular way- to be vindicated.  

 

Every time we declare- surely goodness and mercy shall follow me, but why are we shocked at the different dimensions of the mercy we are asking for and how our lives are turning out to be.  Why is it difficult to embrace?

So, when we ask for mercy or that mercy should follow us, we are open to the different dimensions of God’s mercy, His unfailing compassion, that are new every morning. So that when it seems like the mercy is not coming in the way we imagined, we will not label the acts of God as one of cruelty. Many people have fallen into this error.

I really want us to see and understand the mercy dimension of God in our lives, in all that we do and that happens to us. And not for once, not boast in anything of ourselves. We need to see God’s mercy in our lives at every point.

Mercy is God’s right and we are running life’s race not at our own pace but at God’s mercy pace. That’s why David could declare in Psalms, goodness and mercy shall follow me, anyhow the mercy comes, I can rest in God’s mercy unafraid. He is not man! His compassion fails not! They are new every morning. That’s why he could bounce back each time he sinned and come back to God unafraid to enjoy that mercy. Trusting his mercy, trusting his judgement. So why wallow in guilt and self- pity when you can come boldly, I will rather fall into the hands of God, his mercies are great! Anyhow it comes.


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