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So your mercy is to also be meant for those, who got into misery out of their own fault.

Mercy.

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But you are not to remember their sin, but certainly their misery. Read more:

 

Bertha Dudde:

 

Mercy.

27. and 28. April 1954. B.D. NR. 5943.

Mercy you are to practise and always be mindful of that, that you would be lost for ever without my mercy. But mercy is also based on love, which cannot see suffering and wants to help. That man, who feels mercy in him with his fellowmen, he is not without love, otherwise his fate would not touch him. Mercy is another form of love - for love seeks to make happy; mercy seeks to turn away suffering for the time being and every sensitive man takes pity on the suffering of fellowmen; he also has compassion and can be touched to his innermost being, and for that reason he is prepared to help. Love can also be practised without tangible trouble, and also in complete unselfishness, man can want to give and to make happy. But the trouble of fellowmen can also seize a man, who is of cooler heart - then mercy emerges, love is kindled in man; the misery of the other causes work of love, and a work of mercy will also bring in mercy for the man, so he is in trouble. I see all your sins and weaknesses, and I take pity on your state, although you yourselves are to blame for it. So your mercy is to also be meant for those, who got into misery out of their own fault - mercy is not to appear judicial; it is also to be meant for the unworthy, for the trouble of fellowman is truly compensation for his fault, but nevertheless agonizing and pitiable. What would your lot be, when I did not take pity on you and would not have paid your great debt myself through my love. Your lot was certainly justified, for you yourselves had chosen it in free will. But I see and saw only your weakness, your spiritual low and your fetter, which my opponent had put on you. I saw your powerlessness, to ever again liberate yourselves from this fetter. And now my mercy took the place of justice. I helped you, to finally get free from this fetter. I sent the redeemer Jesus Christ to earth, in whom I embodied myself and fought against him, who kept you imprisoned. My mercy could and would no longer keep you in his fetter. Mercy therefore did not pay attention to your own sin, but helped you, to also get free of it. And so also you are to practise mercy; you are to help, (8.4.1954) driven by love, to end the trouble of fellowman; you are to take pity on those, who are guilty and for that reason have actually forfeited the right to your help. But you are not to remember their sin, but certainly their misery. Merciful love is a proof, that your hearts are not yet hardened, that you as it were are compassionate and feel brotherly connected with the miserable. For that reason, do not turn your eyes away, so great trouble comes up to you - present also those being in the depth with your love, and take my mercy as your model, which is meant for all sinners and which caused me, to accomplish the work of redemption. Because all were guilty, but I took this guilt upon me and paid for it with my death on the cross.
Amen. B.D. NR. 5943.

 

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