His Mercy is There

I struggle some days to see
The mercy of God for me
I know He is there
I know that He cares
I just don’t know why He loves me

I know He sees all my faults
He sees the worst parts of me
But He quickly forgives
Then He helps me to live
In the mercy He pours out to me

His mercy is always there
His mercy is always there
No matter where I go
His mercy is there
I cannot escape His love
He showers me from above
When I look at myself
His mercy is there

I have to open my eyes
To see all the love He provides
It’s more than enough
To fill up my cup
He has an enormous supply

Now I can plainly see
That His mercy is meant for me
I raise up my hands
I thank God for His plans
He always does the best for me

His mercy is always there
His mercy is always there
No matter where I go
His mercy is there
I cannot escape His love
He showers me from above
When I look at myself
His mercy is there

His Mercy Lasts Forever

I shudder just to think
What will happen in a blink
To the lost when Jesus comes back in the clouds
The saved will rise away
And beginning on that day
The wrath of God will pour out on this ground

The lost who all denied
The Lord would test their lives
Will face such horrors we cannot contain
But even in those days
The Lord will show His grace
And some will still be saved from all that pain

His mercy is forever
Even in His wrath
His mercy is forever
Even to the last
His love will always reach out
His grace will always pull out
His mercy lasts forever and a day

Don’t take your chance that day
Come to the Lord to stay
Take Him today to be your Lord and King
He’ll take you out of here
On that day that He appears
And you won’t have to face those nasty things

He warned you in His Word He’s coming back
He warned you in His Word to not be slack
Believe the Word of God
In a blink you’ll see reward
His Word is very clear in white and black

His mercy is forever
Even in His wrath
His mercy is forever
Even to the last
His love will always reach out
His grace will always pull out
His mercy lasts forever and a day

Reblog from my Psalmist web site The Psalmist