Visions of Songs releases yet another song titled “Have Mercy O Lord” ft. Felix Ohis Odion

Gospel artist, Visions of Songs releases yet another song titled “Have Mercy O Lord” ft. Felix Ohis Odion. Have Mercy O Lord this is the cry of many people these days, even as undeserving recipients of God’s mercy, we still ask Have Mercy O Lord. Nothing more could be asked of us than that we ourselves show unreserved mercy and compassion for other people.

Have Mercy O Lord, Indeed, we are commanded to be merciful as God is merciful! The Bible even speaks about compassion. Compassion is to share the pain and suffering of others, and actively working to help them. Our greatest example in this is Jesus Himself, who took upon Himself human nature, giving His life to open a way of eternal salvation for us so as we cry Have Mercy O Lord let us remember Ephesians 4:31-32 which says “Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice. And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.”

As you listen and sing along to this holy tune, “Have Mercy O Lord” by Visions of Songs ft.Felix Ohis Odion, I pray that the Holy Spirit also opens your hearts to others, friends and strangers alike, and learn to love selflessly, as we have been loved.

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