“He has remembered His mercy and truth” (Psalm 98:3).
“I enjoy the partnership and professional friendship we enjoy with each other,” Glenn told his department managers. “It has been a very good year for our company and for us as well. As I have told you several times throughout the year, I believe you have well-accepted and implemented the mercy-truth balance in our division. We have sought to be truthful with our customers as well as each other. We have also sought to extend mercy when possible to our customers and with each other. For me personally,” Glenn continued, “this is because I personally love the Lord Who has been full of mercy and full of truth with me. I am looking forward to seeing how we can continue this mercy-truth model in the coming year,” he concluded. “By the way, in the breakroom, you will find baskets of homemade muffins my wife made. I extend mercy and share them with you. But as far as truth goes, no, they are not calorie-free!” It was a great meeting.
For today: How will the “mercy-truth” model work out in your life today?