God, be merciful to me, a sinner. Luke 18:13d

Categories: Wig's Word of God Today- Scripture Discernment and Poetry

Wig’s Word of God Today 3-17-2012

Faithful love is what pleases Me, not sacrifice; knowledge of God, not burnt offerings. Hosea 6:6


God, be merciful to me, a sinner. Luke 18:13d


Hosea 6:1-6, Psalm 51 & Luke 18:9-14


How do you live your life as a faithful follower of God? What must we do everyday to find God in all we are? Is living for God like a time-lock of uncertainty? Here you are locked in time as a generation of real-time technology feeling the sacrifice of selfish love wishing instead of praying you can come away from church on Sunday as clean-hearted American. The wish of prayer comes only from prayer itself intertwined in the Divine Will of God Almighty.


Your Divine Will can only be lived in daily practice of reading your Bible, praying not wishing over everything you do and learning to proclaim not talk about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. You can’t be afraid of Jesus or anyone you talk to about Jesus for the Holy Spirit will fill your mind, lips and heart with actions of selflessness. To be faithful to what pleases God you will live in the knowledge of God of every instance of your life. Above all admit you are a sinner and ask the LORD for mercy being faithful to what pleases Him accepting the knowledge of Salvation living in faith, charity/hope and love. I pray, “‘God, be merciful to me, a sinner’ in Your Son’s Precious Name I pray. Amen.”


Dear Creator of All, we pray to be faithful always admitting we are sinners in need of Your Mercy. My prayers are with all of you- my heart continues to ache. God be merciful to me a sinner. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.


God Bless His Truth for America,

Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins

Romans 8:28

Spirit led God inspired Christ fed


The Humble Himself Exalted- Luke 18:9-14


The Parable of Righteousness

Despised by only a few

If they think the heart shifty

Of selfish needs their due


Described as people of faith

By two going the way of pray

In a Temple of God’s presence

A Tax Collector and Pharisee in dismay


O’God the Pharisee exclaimed

I’m not this or that thanks for it all

Humanity has nothing on me

Unlike the sinner tax collector here I’m having a ball


In the corner stood the tax collector

Away from position seeking God Himself

He was beating his chest asking for mercy

Admitting sin and praying for help


The tell in you coming from Christ

Smites the Pharisee’s spitefulness

Humbled by himself faulted

The humble himself exalted


© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins March 17, 2012 @ 4:55 AM EST

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