Daily Devotional For Today 25th April 2022 : Inspirational Message And Prayer

Daily Devotional For Today 25th April 2022
Daily Devotional For Today 25th April 2022: Inspirational Message and Prayer

Read Monday Daily Devotional For Today 25th April 2022

Topic: Now It’s Your Turn

Scripture: Psalm 118:1-4

Often we focus on the great, unearned, unlimited mercy God has shown us. Now we need to consider how we have shown mercy to others – and maybe even to ourselves! Where do you have a problem with being merciful? It could be with forgiveness, compassion for those who suffer from addictions, or who beg, or we might not be welcoming to the stranger. Each of us has a problem with someone or something.

I worked in retail during high school and college and then married into the world of retail. One of my problems is having patience with store salespeople who are rude or who don’t have a clue about the products they are selling. I try. There are members of my family who don’t speak to one another. I know people who are so unforgiving that it interferes with their relationships.

God is merciful to us when we don’t know what we’re doing. He sends us help when we are lost. He forgives us over and over again. I also know people who continue to carry their past mistakes with them to the point where they can’t move forward in their lives. God has forgiven them, why is it that they can’t forgive themselves?

Today, think about the areas of your life where God has shown you mercy, and then look at the areas where you need to pass that mercy on to someone else – or maybe decide that it’s time you put down your own baggage and forgive yourself. With God’s help, we can grow in our ability to share the mercy we have been shown with others and so relieve them of some of the pain they may be carrying.

Prayer for Today

Loving and merciful God, we thank you for your continued kindness to us especially at those times we don’t deserve it. You have given us examples of how we are to live and yet we do often put ourselves and our wants before the needs of others. During this holy season, turn our hearts more to you so that we may be more loving and merciful in our lives. Amen.

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