the Benign Perogative

What happens when we lose hope of being shown mercy and receiving justice? It’s interesting that those who have been the victims of injustice seek more for mercy than justice. I think it’s because mercy is the process of being seen, heard and understood. Justice is the affirmation of true boundaries. Without mercy there can... Continue Reading →

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Mercy Looks like You and Me

Recently I have been struck by three lines in the Caleb prayer for Wales. They go like this: ‘Oh High King of Heaven, have mercy on our land. Revive your church.’ Every time I pray those words, something rises in my heart and I picture God’s people pouring out his mercy and grace in every... Continue Reading →

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