2 Corinthians 1:3

"Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and God of all comfort"

Apostle Paul opened the passage with praising God for being there for him in mercies and in comfort. Having passed through terrible times, he appreciated God for His mighty Hands of mercies and comfort. He knew all that the mercies of God had put him through to overcome, hence Paul became the right point man to speak of the mercies and comfort of God.

God is full of mercies. He loves us unconditionally in His mercies. He gives comfort when we need it. He is a faithful and merciful God.

It is by His Majestic and Sovereign mercies that we are not consumed. When we would have been in total mess, mercy was available to rescue us. The position we occupy today is because of God’s marvelous mercy. From topmost to the least position, mercy speaks. Mercy sustains. Mercy works and it is real. It works with other blessings to come to pass. Mercy prevails over judgment, because the Father of mercies is on the throne. God is the richest in mercy. Whether you have much or little; all you have and you are is from God’s mercies. They are new every moment for our lives. Uphold and recognize His mercy in all things. Praise God.

Prayer points for the day

  • 1) Father, thank you for the abundance of your mercies every day, in Jesus Name.
  • 2) Lord, thank you for your mercies in my life, in Jesus Name.
  • 3) Lord, let your mercy prevail over any judgments over my life, in Jesus Name.
  • 4) Father of all mercies, let me receive breaking through mercies this year, in Jesus Name.
  • 5) Almighty God, let mercy defend my destiny until the end in Jesus Name.
  • 6) Father, cover all the areas of my life with the blood of Jesus and let mercy continue to speak for me, in Jesus Name.
  • 7) Lord, let me continue to operate my life in overflowing mercies, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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