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How Merciful is Your God?

Many people all over the world believed that according to the Jewish calendar, 2015 is the seventieth (70th) year of Jubilee. They also think that during this year of jubilee the rapture will take place, and the great tribulation will start. Some people are even claiming that after the year 2016 no one will be able to receive repentance and have eternal life.

I do not know whether these claims are fact or fiction since I am not a theological scholar. Everything that I present to you in my posts comes directly from my experience and my personal relationship with God.

My fiftieth birthday was September 8, 2014, and that was the day that the Lord told me that my year of jubilee will begin. He said that in the New Year every single thing that the devil had stolen from me will return overflowing. He also said that this is the year that I will receive all the great things that He promised which include my divine destiny.

The Lord also told me that this Jubilee is a year of brokenness and healing. You will need to humble yourself before God, repent and receive forgiveness and then He will heal and restore you.

We must exercise Humility and repentance and God will deliver us from our trials.

Image by Stuart Mills courtesy of

Image by Stuart Mills courtesy of

The Lord also declared that this year of Jubilee is also a year of releasing and giving. We need to put away all our selfish desires and reach out to others with love and kindness. Even though God promised us many blessings, He also expects us to surrender our entire life to Him.

God’s desires for us are simple, but we sometimes find them difficult to accomplish. The Lord has given us many good things and in return what does the Lord requires from us?

God simply wants us to do justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly before Him (Micah 6:8).

In spite of the simplicity of these instructions, they seemed hard to obey when you depend on your flesh. It is the Spirit of God who lives in your heart who will strengthen your weakness and allow the righteousness of God to shine through you.

During this year, our dreams will be fulfilled if we continue to persevere and follow our dreams. Do not give up but wake up each morning feeling grateful to God for life. After all, the Lord has made each day so rejoice and be glad in it. (Psalms 118:24)

Sunrise by dan. Image courtesy of

Sunrise by dan. Image courtesy of

Some people believe that the great tribulation will begin after this year of jubilee, but I have news for them; the great tribulation started a long time ago. Look around and you will see the evidence.

There are earthquakes, famines, pestilences, wars, crime, persecutions, murders and all sorts of atrocities are happening all over the world. Even our babies are abandoned, and our children are missing while some will never be found.

If you are living in a society where you have never experienced any form of persecutions or devastations, and you are only experiencing peace and happiness, then God has placed you in a strategic position to intercede in prayer and fasting on behalf of your brothers and sisters who are oppressed.

2015 is the year that we all need to show mercy and compassion to others. God is looking for a man or a woman who will dare to be a Daniel and dare to stand alone and proclaim righteousness to this dying world.

Finally, but not least, I want you to know that the mercy of God is everlasting. Hence, He will have compassion on you and forgive you anytime you repent whether right now, sometime this year, the next year 2016, the future years, the day that Christ returns to earth, the judgment, this present world or the future world.

We must never underestimate God or compare Him to mortal man. God’s mercy is not similar to our mercy neither His everlasting is the same as man’s everlasting.

Have you not known? Have you not heard? The everlasting God, the Lord, The Creator of the ends of the earth, neither faints nor is weary. His understanding is unsearchable. (Isaiah 40:28)

Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever. (Psalms 118:1)

But You, O Lord, are a God full of compassion, and gracious, Longsuffering and abundant in mercy and truth. (Psalms 86:15)

God will never become tired of us neither will He stop loving us. So why do you believe He will stop having mercy on us? He will not!

Additional references: Romans 8; 1 Peter 1:3; Jude 1:21

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