Prayer for mercy and forgiveness

A message from God: Be faithful and strong in the Lord. He is Kadosh! Pray along with the prayer in this message, from the bottom of your heart, and receive God’s grace and forgiveness in Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ!

Published on Nov 4, 2014 by Cindy

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Hello, very welcome! On November 4th, 2014, the following message was brought on by a messenger angel of God, on behalf of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, to end-time Prophet Benjamin Cousijnsen.

Shalom! I greet you in the wonderful Name of Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ.

Verily, Baruch Ha Ba B’Shem Adonai, blessed be the Name of the Lord.
Do you want the truth?
He is Kadosh, Kadosh, Kadosh, Holy, Holy, Holy!

Verily, say:
“Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ, be merciful to me. You know my weaknesses and all my transgressions. You have seen my sins, time after time. I felt Your disappointment due to my unbelief and, for a moment, I thought I felt a tear. How many times have I already done evil before Your eyes? Don’t cast me from Your presence. Let Your Holy Spirit renew me now. Forgive me! Bestow on me a clean heart and flow through me with Your precious, miraculous Blood. You are a strong Tower against the enemy! Truly, I acknowledge You as Lord and as my Rabbouni. My Lord, my soul I give to You! I want to rejoice as a righteous person with You, Lord, Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ! Therefore, in the almighty Name of Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ, I crush the head of my enemy, and throw the snake into the fire! Let a new stream from the Holy Spirit blow in me. You have saved me. Yes, satan gave me poison and his face was a snare to me. Verily, You have not rejected this prayer. All thanks and honor to the Almighty!”

Praise Him, whose eyes observe the nations and for whom nothing is hidden!
Verily, my name is Jereachot, and I am a messenger angel of God. Be faithful and strong in the Lord! You are totally different in Christ!

Psalm 78, verse 32  For all this they still sinned, and didn’t believe in his wondrous works.
And verses 34 to 37  When he killed them, then they inquired after him. They returned and sought God earnestly. They remembered that God was their rock, the Most High God, their redeemer. But they flattered him with their mouth, and lied to him with their tongue. For their heart was not right with him, neither were they faithful in his covenant.
Psalm 84, verse 4  Blessed are those who dwell in your house; they are ever praising you.
Psalm 103, verses 1 and 2  Praise the Lord, my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name. Praise the Lord, my soul, and forget not all his benefits.

John 3, verses 16 and 17  For God so loved the world, that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God didn’t send his Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world should be saved through him.

I’m going now, spoke the messenger angel of God, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!

And also I say to you, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!

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Sometimes we have dark periods in our life, when we feel totally lost. We feel that we are sinners and even can’t dream about asking God for His mercy. But our God is merciful and loving and one of the biggest sins is to hesitate and deny His mercy. We can’t hesitate in Divine mercy even in situations when we have committed a mortal sin. God mercy is boundless. We need to say divine mercy prayer with the deep faith in our hearts and ask “Lord, have forgiveness and mercy on me!” And we will receive His mercy and forgiveness answer, also peace to our hearts.

Divine Mercy Prayer

Oh God of all mercy, I pray you today for mercy over my life, family, ministry, career. I walk with you, let your sure mercy surround me. Do not leave me to myself, Lord let your mercy frees me out of every tight situation. Lord, have mercy on me a sinner. In Jesus name, Amen.

Bible says in John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him”. So we don’t need to hesitate on God’s intentions regarding us. He gave to us  the biggest gift – His Son to save us from death and to give us eternal life. We need to recognize that we are only weak people, who can’t stay on the right way without the help and support of God. We never deserve God’s mercy as our nature is sinful, but we must never stop believing and praying divine mercy prayer.

Why we Need to Pray “Lord, have Forgiveness and Mercy on Me”?

Divine mercy prayer is a prayer that every believer should pray since we are not perfect beings and need for God’s support and mercy in any situation.

“Oh satisfy us early with thy mercy; that we may rejoice and be glad all our days” (Psalm 90: 14).

God mercy is crucial to our salvation as Ephesians 2:4-6 say  “But God who is rich in mercy, for his great love, wherewith he loved us….”.  So the divine mercy and forgiveness are an essential part of our walk with God, we can’t rely only on ourselves and our efforts.

Believing in God’s mercy and asking for it is the only way to reach the eternal life. We must to live according God’s will. Jude 1:21 says, “Keep yourself in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ into eternal life”. You’d love to daily pray for mercy as a believer.

There are a number of circumstances where  we need the divine mercy prayer

One of such occasions is when we sin against God. Bible says, if we cover our sins, we shall not prosper.  By confessing our sins  and saying prayer for mercy forgiveness comes. As much as sin is not a lifestyle for the believer, but the Bible says “if” we sin, there is a place for mercy, (not because we deserve forgiveness, but because He is all merciful and that we may fear Him). Psalm 130:4 says, “But with you there is forgiveness, that you may be feared”.

David in Psalms 51:1 prayed (after committing the sin of adultery and murder) “Have mercy upon me, o God according to thy loving kindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions”.

Also, we say the divine mercy prayer  during challenging times. At such times when even our good works cannot save us, we cry for mercy. “The troubles of my heart are enlarged; bring me out of my distresses” (Psalms 25:17).

David prayed for God’s mercy several times when he was afflicted and troubled by king Saul, and the above psalm was one of such times, and in all of these hard times, the Lord God showed him mercy and bailed him out.

Daily prayer points for mercy and forgiveness

  • Prayer to God for forgiveness of sins
  • Pray for forgiving others
  • Prayer to forgive for yourself

Noteworthy is the fact that the prayer of divine mercy is a prayer for the “weak” and not the “strong”.  We know fully well that outside of God, we are just nothing, there are no strong people, His strength is perfect in our weakness. For folks who are not ‘all-powerful’, (nobody is all-powerful but God) we have learned how to draw strength from God always. “Have mercy upon me O LORD, for I am weak; O Lord, heal me, for my bones are vexed” (Psalms 6:2).

So ask God for mercy daily, knowing well that each day you live is just gift  by His mercy. Lamentations 3:22 says, ”It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed…” There are no achievers in the kingdom, we are all receivers. A cry for mercy God will not deny.

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by Nancy (USA)

Heavenly father I humbly come before you with thanks and praise in my heart. I know that I am a sinner and beg your forgiveness father. I am not a perfect woman lord and I humbly ask that you soften the hearts of those who have hardened against me. I ask that you please allow them to remember that we are all human and have committed transgressions against one another. Against even those we love. Please allow them to bestow loving mercy upon me. Father I ask that the outcome of this situation be your will and not mine. Father I ask for peace, strength, and guidance through the blood of your son Jesus Christ, I pray…Amen

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In the Gospel of St. Luke, Jesus tells me that if my brother offends me seven times a day, and seven times comes to me and says he is sorry, then I must forgive him (Luke 17:4).

But in the Gospel of St. Matthew, when Peter asked Jesus if he should forgive his brother seven times when he was offended, the Master answered, “Not seven times, but seventy times seven” (Mt. 18:22).

The first counsel in Luke demands forgiveness as often as forgiveness is asked. The second brings me up to a higher plane and requires me to have mercy of heart even when forgiveness is not asked.

In the Lord’s prayer that Jesus gave me, He requests that I be forgiven by God in the same way I forgive my brother.

It seems then that the matter of forgiveness is clear; God expects me to forgive in my words, in my heart, and in my deeds.

In My Words

This article is from Mother Angelica on Christ and Our Lady. Click image to order.

When I see my brother has acquired a sinful habit, Jesus said I must reprove him and if he is sorry and says so, I must forgive.

There are times when a neighbor may offend me and not know it.

I must have the courage to bring this to his attention, not so much because of the offense done to me but because this fault in him may offend God and make him unChristlike.

When he says he is sorry, I must be very quick to forgive and do so as often as he says he is sorry.

It takes humility to ask forgiveness and I cannot respond with pride by not forgiving.

Humility is the requisite for both asking forgiveness, and accepting repentance.

This is where I need empathy and self-knowledge.

I must put myself in my neighbor’s shoes, take upon myself his personality, understand his dispositions, and know that I would be capable of the same fault were I in his place.

I am very quick to forgive and excuse myself because I know the motives for my actions. Since I do not know my brother’s interior dispositions, I must give him the benefit of the doubt in the same way as I do myself.

Even though I may not be as weak as my brother is in many areas, I must remember I also have my faults and he, too, must forgive me many times.

Since asking forgiveness is a requisite for being forgiven, I must be ready to say I am sorry when I offend my brother.

The account in St. Luke requires that I gently correct, forgive when asked, and seek forgiveness myself by an acknowl­edgement of my offenses.

When my neighbor refuses to admit an offense or ask for­giveness, then I must have recourse to the next counsel and develop the disposition of . . .

Mercy of the Heart

As Jesus hung on the Cross, He asked His Father to forgive His enemies because they did not know what they were doing.

They had not asked forgiveness and neither were many of them conscious they had done anything wrong. The people were deluded by the priests and Pharisees, and the soldiers were following the orders of Pilate. The centurion was enlightened only after he pierced Jesus’ side.

Although Jesus suffered intensely, many of those responsible were sincere and thought they were doing a service to God.

Jesus could and did ask forgiveness for them even though He suffered at their hands.

His forgiveness was from His Heart, prompted by love, mercy, and understanding.

I may not be called upon to exercise mercy in that degree, but there are many times in my life when I can forgive and forget because my offenders have no idea of the cross they have placed on my shoulders.

A brother must be forgiven and treated as a friend because he has given me the opportunity to be like my Father in Heaven who lets His sun rise and shine on the just and the unjust.

God has used my brother’s frailties to give me the oppor­tunity to be like Jesus — merciful and forgiving.

It does not always follow that my brother and I will ever be bosom friends. But it does mean I wish him well, pray for him, and hold no grudge or resentment.

Sometimes personalities clash, and all the good will I can muster does not change the situation. Here I need to pray for the Gift of Counsel to discern the course I should take, and for mercy that I may lovingly forgive.

Then it is that I will have that disposition of soul so necessary to say the Lord’s prayer with sincerity and portray . . .

Forgiveness by My Deeds

It is difficult after forgiving an injury to forget the incident entirely, and yet, this is exactly the kind of forgiveness I expect and hope for from God.

I want my faults and sins to be erased from the Book of Life, and I rely on His Mercy to do so.

He will do exactly that, but He asks in return that I do the same to my brother.

He gave me the parable about the man whose master for­gave him a debt of nine million dollars, and who in turn would not forgive a fellow servant a debt of less than fifteen dollars (Mat. 18:23-35).

I must keep this in mind when my brother offends me — a finite, sinful creature — and when I offend God — Infinite and All-Holy.

This does not mean my brother has a right to offend me, but it does mean that I must not exaggerate that offense out of proportion, be unforgiving and never forget.

I may be deeply hurt and my brother unjust, but I am only asked by God to forgive as He forgives me.

As with love, so with mercy; I am able to render to my neighbor what I cannot render to God — mercy and forgiveness.

When God forgives me He always gives me some token of that forgiveness. It may be a light-hearted feeling or more grace to overcome myself the next time.

His Goodness is so great and His Mercy so infinite that He rejoices over my repentance and treats me as a long-lost son.

Jesus manifested this Attribute of the Father by the parable of the Prodigal Son and said that even the Angels rejoice over my repentance (Lk. 15:11-32).

This forgiving is a trait I too must acquire. I must give my brother some sign that I rejoice in his repentance.

Perhaps a smile, a handshake are sufficient, or some token of my continued confidence in him as a person — making him realize I do not think less of him because of his offense.

Forgiveness and Mercy

I may make my brother something or purchase a gift, but if circumstances prevent me from doing this, I can at least give him the gift of my love, mercy, and kindness.


Just and Holy God, whose mercy is higher than the heavens, grant me the grace to forgive by my words, heart, and deeds. I desire to be like Jesus and to hold no resentments or grudges. I put all my friends and enemies in Your loving hands.


Forgive your neighbor the hurt he does you, and when you pray your sins will be forgiven. If a man nurses anger against another, can he then demand compassion from the Lord? Showing no pity for a man like himself, can he then plead for his own sins?

Mere creature of flesh, he cherishes resentment; who will forgive him his sins?

Remember the last things and stop hating, remember dissolution and death, and live by the Commandments.

Remember the Commandments, and do not bear your neighbor ill will;

Remember the Covenant of the Most High, and overlook the offense. (Sir. 28: 2-7)

Editor’s note: This article is from a chapter in Mother Angelica on Christ and Our Lady, which is available through Sophia Institute Press.

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