What a Mighty Father we have as our Father. He is Good and Faithfulness is His Name. He loves us with everlasting Love and His care has no end. He is a Mighty Father indeed.

Father we are grateful to you for Your undying love and ever faithful, ever loving; ever caring; ever protecting us from all evil.

Not by merit that You bestowed all unto us but by divine providence and we are grateful. Beloved, peradventure you are seeing yourself unworthy of these provisions because of your state or where you are now. Listen, that is why you deserved all these because not by works were your salvation granted but by grace less any shall boost.

The mercy in the house today is for everyone who counted him or herself underserving. Come along with me to the mercy table to receive your portion today:


“He that trusteth in the Lord, mercy shall compass him about.” Ps. 32:10


O fair reward of trust! My Lord, grant it me to the full! The truster above all men feels himself to be a sinner; and lo, mercy is prepared for him: he knows himself to have no deservings, but mercy comes in, and keeps house for him on a liberal scale. O Lord, give me this mercy, even as I trust in thee!

Observe, my soul, what a bodyguard thou hast! As a prince is compassed about with soldiery, so art thou compassed about with mercy. Before and behind, and on all sides, ride these mounted guards of grace. We dwell in the center of the system of mercy, for we dwell in Christ Jesus.

O my soul, what an atmosphere dost thou breathe! As the air surrounds thee, even so does the mercy of thy Lord. To the wicked there are many sorrows, but to thee there are so many mercies that thy sorrows are not worth mentioning. David says, “Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice, ye righteous; and shout for joy, all ye that are upright in heart.”

In obedience to this precept my heart shall triumph in God, and I will tell out my gladness. As thou hast compassed me with mercy, I will also compass thine altars, O my God, with songs of thanksgiving!

For I know that my God is ever mindful of His own. He will never leave me nor forsake me. Beloved, what is that you are so mindful of? Be not dismay; for God will surely take care of everything pertaining you:


“The Lord hath been mindful of us: he will bless us.” Ps. 115:12

I can set my seal to that first sentence. Cannot you? Yes, Jehovah has thought of us, provided for us, comforted us, delivered us, and guided us. In all the movements of His providence He has been mindful of us, never overlooking our mean affairs. His mind has been full of us — that is the other form of the word “mindful.” This has been the case all along, and without a single break. At special times, however, we have more distinctly seen this mindfulness, and we would recall them at this hour with overflowing gratitude. Yes, yes, “the Lord hath been mindful of us.”

The next sentence is a logical inference from the former one. Since God is unchangeable, He will continue to be mindful of us in the future as He has been in the past; and His mindfulness is tantamount to blessing us. But we have here, not only the conclusion of reason but the declaration of inspiration: we have it on the Holy Ghost’s authority — “HE WILL BLESS US.”

This means great things and unsearchable. The very indistinctness of the promise indicates its infinite reach. He will bless us after His own divine manner, and that for ever and ever.

Therefore, let us each say, “Bless the Lord, O my soul!”

Are you saying that with me this very moment? See the wondrous Hand of God moving in your direction to do you good.

Remember, not on the account of your worthiness, neither on the account of merit but the mercy is to the underserving; He is so mindful of You and will surly bless your bread and bless your water.

Is someone already blessed in the house? Praise give Jesus a shout offering!!!!!!!!!!!.

Remain blessed in the Lord.