Traveling grace and mercy

Mercy Oakes’ mother is stricken to discover that her artistic daughter is besotted with a man she considers a ‘country lout’. Her high-society aspirations demand a man of culture and fame, so she finances Mercy’s trip to Paris to study under a great painter. Mercy’s own ambition agrees to the trip.

Little does Mercy realize that the designs of a charming French suitor are

Mercy Oakes’ mother is stricken to discover that her artistic daughter is besotted with a man she considers a ‘country lout’. Her high-society aspirations demand a man of culture and fame, so she finances Mercy’s trip to Paris to study under a great painter. Mercy’s own ambition agrees to the trip.

Little does Mercy realize that the designs of a charming French suitor are not what they first appear to be.

When circumstance forces her hand she returns to Cheyenne, Wyoming, guilt-ridden and brokenhearted, only to discover the man she loves is engaged to be married the following day.

Is there indeed mercy for Mercy? Or will her wilful travels lose the very thing she has been longing to discover all along?

Art and artifice, highway hijacking, dramatic revelations and romantic returns, unfair dismissals and a desperate damsel, all lead to a delightful conclusion that even the insufferable Cynthia Oakes cannot argue with.

Travelling Mercy is the third book in the Grace and Mercy Find Peace on the Prairie Trilogy. Each book is a complete and satisfying romance following one of our courageous brides:

Book 1: Voyage of Grace

Book 2: Emma’s Escape
Book 3: Travelling Mercy

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Difference Between Favour Grace and Mercy

Favour, Grace, and Mercy are three words that are commonly used in our prayers. Mercy is God not punishing us as our sins deserve. Grace is God blessing us in spite of our unworthiness. Favour is the tangible evidence that a person has the approval of the Lord. This is the main difference between favour, grace, and mercy. Although favour and mercy can be used interchangeably on some occasions, mercy and grace refer to two different things. Grace is God giving us something we do not deserve, and mercy is God not giving us something (negative) we deserve.

This article explains,

1. What is Favour? – Meaning and Usage

2. What is Grace? – Meaning and Usage

3. What is Mercy? – Meaning and Usage, and

4. What is the difference between Favour Grace and Mercy

What is Favour

Favour can be described as God’s unusual liking to us, positioning us to be his choice. The favour of God can be described as “tangible evidence that a person has the approval of the Lord.” When we favour someone, we always want to be with him or her. We connect with them in a way we don’t connect with everyone. We are delighted to be with them. People usually favor people who also favor them. Similarly, God shows favor to those who delight in, connect with, and give honor to Him. Favour is often interchangeable with grace.

traveling grace and mercy

What is Grace

Grace is the free and unmerited blessings of God. In other words, grace is the unmerited divine assistance given to humans for their regeneration or sanctification. God shows us grace, even when we don’t deserve it. Grace and favor are not earned by good work; they are entirely the work of God’s goodness. In theology, there are two types of graces: common grace and saving grace. Common grace is the God’s grace towards every human being. This includes the provision of food and essentials, the beauty of creation and every good thing that happens to people. Saving grace is God’s grace that provides salvation to a person.

What is Mercy

Mercy is the God’s compassion and forgiveness. The punishment a person deserves is not given to that person due to God’s mercy. To deserve God’s mercy, we must be humble and accept and repent our sins. According to Millard Erickson, “God’s mercy is his tender-hearted, loving compassion for his people. It is his tenderness of heart toward the needy. If grace contemplates humans as sinful, guilty, and condemned, mercy sees them as miserable and needy.” Mercy can also be described as deliverance from judgment.

traveling grace and mercy

Difference Between Favour Grace and Mercy

Favour is God’s unusual liking to us.

Grace is free and unmerited blessings of the God.

Mercy is God not punishing us as we deserve.

Reference:

Erickson, Millard J. Christian Theology. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1998.

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“56: Daily Inspirational Bible Verse” by Tito & Eva MarieBalangue (CC BY 2.0) via Flickr

“Divina Misericordia (Eugeniusz Kazimirowski, 1934)” (Public Domain) via Commons Wikimedia 

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Mercy Oakes’ mother is stricken to discover that her artistic daughter is besotted with a man she considers a ‘country lout’. Her high-society aspirations demand a man of culture and fame, so she finances Mercy’s trip to Paris to study under a great painter. Mercy’s own ambition agrees to the trip.

Little does Mercy realize that the designs of a charming French suitor are not what they first appear to be.

When circumstance forces her hand she returns to Cheyenne, Wyoming, guilt-ridden and brokenhearted, only to discover the man she loves is engaged to be married the following day.

Is there indeed mercy for Mercy? Or will her wilful travels lose the very thing she has been longing to discover all along?

Art and artifice, highway hijacking, dramatic revelations and romantic returns, unfair dismissals and a desperate damsel, all lead to a delightful conclusion that even the insufferable Cynthia Oakes cannot argue with.

Travelling Mercy is the third book in the Grace and Mercy Find Peace on the Prairie Trilogy. Each book is a complete and satisfying romance following one of our courageous brides:

Book 1: Voyage of Grace

Book 2: Emma’s Escape

Book 3: Travelling Mercy

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