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Friday, March 5, 2010

Tender Mercies

I came across this on Facebook today. I think there are some of us struggling lately who may want a little comfort. Although it is from my religion, LDS, it is a universally Christian message. I hope you don't mind my sharing it.


Toni said...

Hi Shelli. I'm not LDS, nor am I Christian. I've been a practicing Buddhist for almost 20 years. But I felt comforted by this video. Jesus was such a compassionate person and his tender mercies are felt by all of humankind today, no matter what their practicing faith is.

Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing, Shelli!

dominique said...

Without my faith in Jesus Christ, I would not have been able to survive these illnesses for 20+ years. It is by His grace and not my merit that I am able to meet each new day.

What a great message. Psalm 40:11 is one of my favorites on this subject.

"Do not withhold Your tender mercies from me, O LORD; Let Your loving-kindness and Your truth continually preserve me."

Thanks for the great reminder.