Just As

The most important words in this verse, in my opinion, are “just as.” It means the same way, like the Father. Sometimes I get prideful and pat myself on the back for showing mercy to others. But then I read this verse and I am reminded that I have not reached the place where I am showing mercy “just as” the Father does. I have a tendency to rush to judgment instead. My prayer is to be “just as” because that’s what God wants me to be.

May you have a blessed day, showing mercy to others just as the Father as shown mercy to you.

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