“Psalms 23 vs 6: Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life”
The God we serve is one who is rich in mercy, and most importantly faithful in mercy. David understood this nature of God which is why he said Surely. The use of the word Surely, means that he had a strong belief and he was so certain that the goodness and the mercies of God would constantly be available for him because the God he was serving was a God of mercy.
Most times, a lot of us Christians struggle to go back to our secret place to commune with our father because we believe that the mistakes, we have made in the past are yet to be forgiven.
Well from scriptures we have come to understand that God is ever ready to show us mercy and to accept us back into his arms.
Ephesians 2 vs 4 says; But God who is rich in mercy because of his great love with which he loved us”
This is to tell us how much of a merciful God he is.
Therefore, regardless the mistakes that you might have made in the past, God is willing to be merciful towards you. He is willing to bring you back into his presence, that you may engage yourself in building your relationship with him, enjoy his presence and even encounter him in a special manner.
Prayer: Lord, please show me mercy, that I may remain in You.