Justice, Mercy, and the God Who Sees

Keilah Gaviria
February 17, 2023

1 Kings 21

In this message, Keilah Gaviria takes us through the story of Ahab’s murder of Naboth over his vineyard. Through this tragic story, we see God’s heart towards not only His people, but also for those who practice wickedness; His heart is that all should have the opportunity to turn from evil and live! We see that God’s ways are not our ways; His mercy extends even to the worst of the worst. In the face of injustice and blatant evil, God places His servants strategically to be signs of His mercy, justice, and love. Though we may be discouraged by seeing the overwhelming darkness in our world, God calls us into His presence and sends us out refreshed, recharged, and renewed to serve Him and to serve His people.

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