Most of us would agree that it is difficult to want the best for people who do ‘bad’ things – like steal, deceive or commit acts of violence. It’s hard to extend mercy to merciless people. And yet, sometimes we are the ones in need of that same mercy.
What if God is more merciful and patient with us than we ever dared believe? And what if he requires us to extend that same mercy to others? Is that even possible?
We’ll find out as we conclude our series on the book of Jonah. See you at 10:30 a.m for our church service in downtown Toronto at Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St George street.