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It is so hard for God’s people to show mercy, yet we receive His mercy each day. Morning-by-morning, new mercies we see. We do not deserve mercy, yet God continues to give it to us. Let me put it this way: since we have received mercy, we should show mercy to others. We need His mercy every day, for we cannot live without it. We have been given a mandate to show mercy to others. In Matthew 18:33, we find these words:

“‘Shouldn’t you have mercy on your fellow servant, just as I had mercy on you?’

Crowds followed Philip wherever he went as he preached, proclaiming the Word of God. Consequently, there was joy in the city, which had been missing prior to his preaching. They were in a spiritual famine. However, when they heard Philip’s preaching, they were baptized, their souls were renewed and their lives were transformed. We need the Word of the Lord today, because there is a famine in the land. It is my prayer today that we will yield to the power of God that will break us free from this famine. Not only our nation, but many of our families also need deliverance. All we have to do is yield to the words of the songwriter:, “He Prepareth a Table Before Me … and everything I need, He placed there for me. Healing, Deliverance, a Comforter, a Prince of Peace, come and dine at the Table, everything there is free.”