This morning the attribute of the Lord that I am thankful for is His compassion. I don't always understand the compassion that He has towards us. When I looked up the word compassion, it also referred to "womb". The compassion of the Lord is so deep. It comes from the very inner most part and depth of who He is. Were it not for His compassion for us, we would have all been consumed and destroyed by our own sin without hope.
His compassion for us prompted Him to reach out to us with the hand of salvation. He was, and is, not willing that any of us should perish. When one person dies lost and goes out into eternal away from Him, it grieves His heart. He is grieved because of the great love He has for them. He is grieved because He provided a way of escape and they would not take it. He is grieved because they rejected His Son whom He sent in exchange to pay the ransom price for their sins.
Have you experienced the great compassion of the Lord? Perhaps you know about it. Perhaps you have heard about it. But have you experienced it? Do you know how it feels? Do you know it personally? How do we experience it? We experience it by accepting His Son Jesus as our Savior and Lord. His compassion is then placed in our lives in the person of Jesus. When Jesus comes in, His compassion floods our souls giving us peace, taking away the shame and guilt, and setting us free.
Have a great day. I am thankful for the compassion of the Lord. Are you?
For further reading:
Psalm 111:4; 145:8
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