MERCY AND GRACE by William Oldham

 This is a true story that I am personally acquainted with. John, who is battling cancer, took his truck to a car wash. Afterwards, he decided to get a hamburger. As he pulled into the drive-thru, his wet foot slipped off the brake pedal and he rear-ended the car in front of him. The man in the car, Aaron, said it felt like an earthquake had struck. As he was getting out of his car, he said the Holy Spirit brought two words to mind: “Mercy and grace.”

          Both men got out and met in the drive-thru. John apologized, and Aaron said, “Let’s get our food, and then we can talk.” After getting their orders, they exchanged the necessary information. John explained what happened, and also told him about his cancer. Aaron then said, “Let’s pray!” They did, and then Aaron invited John to his church.

          John went to his church, and when it came time to pray, they asked John to come down and they laid hands on him and prayed for him. Needless to say, John was touched by God’s mercy and grace which was shown to him through a faithful servant, Aaron. The following Sunday, Aaron shared John’s story with his prayer group. It turns out, in that prayer group was a close friend of John’s sister. God never ceases to amaze me in how He connects people together.

          Mercy and grace are two precious commodities that we all need every day, and God is more than willing to supply them in abundance. Here’s what the Holy Spirit calls out to each of us:

“We have a High Priest Who is able to sympathize with our weaknesses because He has been tempted in every way that we are—yet He did not sin. Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with boldness and confidence, so that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.” Hebrews 4:15-16

          Every day, in every way, God’s children need two things from the throne of God to help them make it through that day: Mercy and Grace! We don’t live a day without offending in one way or another. That’s why Jesus taught us to ask our Father in heaven to forgive us our sins, even as we forgive others: we are guilty and we need our Father’s mercy of forgiveness. And the Scriptures declare that our Father delights in showing mercy.

          Grace! “Marvelous grace of our loving Lord, grace that exceeds our sin and guilt, yonder on Calvary’s mount outpoured, there where the blood of the Lamb was spilt.” It is by God’s grace we are saved. And then, from the day of our spiritual birth, unto the day Jesus comes for us, God is faithful to supply the grace that is sufficient to help us face whatever comes our way. The grace we need daily is our God, through His Holy Spirit, helping us every step of our journey.

          Jesus gave these instructive words to His church: “…I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your Father in heaven. He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous…Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” Matthew 5:43-48 Would we be perfect children? Think about this.

Aaron was sitting in his car minding his own business. All of a sudden—BOOM! He has been rear-ended. Through no fault of his own, he has been hit. How do most folks react to this kind of accident? Curse, threaten, and sue. But Aaron had it in his heart for God to give him the opportunity to witness and encourage others, so on that day, the Holy Spirit led Aaron to show mercy and grace to someone who needed it.

Life rear-ends us in many ways as we travel this earth. God help us to have the mindset to be vessels of honor, through which He can pour out His mercy and grace to those in need.

Brother Bill is a Bible teacher and can be contacted at

Chelsea Clinton Says Banning Sexually Explicit Books From Schools is “Harmful” to Children

Well, Chelsea IS a Clinton. Perhaps she even flew on the Lolita Express to Epstein’s Island where children were sexually abused. Perhaps SHE was a child and was abused there. And perhaps she was told that what was happening on the island was good. We know that it was EVIL.


Chelsea Clinton came out in favor of porn for children.

Bill Clinton’s only daughter said banning sexually explicit books from schools is “harmful.”

Chelsea Clinton linked to an NBC News article reporting on the sexually explicit LGBT themed children’s books banned from libraries.

“In its annual book censorship report, the American Library Association documented 1,269 challenges to more than 2,500 books in 2022, the highest number of attempted book bans since the association began tracking such efforts in 2001. It was a 75% jump from 2021, which held the previous record.” NBC reported.

“Of the 13 books that made the ALA’s list of “Most Challenged Books” last year, seven titles — including three of the top four — were challenged for having LGBTQ content, the association found.” the outlet said. 

Chelsea Clinton said porn books for children are a vital way for kids to learn about themselves. 

Chelsea Clinton got roasted.


Brethren, we are getting a closer look at why God MUST judge and punish this sinful earth. This earth is no different than Sodom and Gomorrah……maybe worse!!

I thank Jesus that He saved us. Praise His Holy Name!!



CHILDREN WILL BE TAKEN FROM PARENTS: Washington State Passes Bill Allowing Children To Legally Be Taken From Parents If Parents Don’t Consent To Gender Transition

The pervasive EVIL just continues to grow. If you really think about this, the end game is quite simple: POPULATION CONTROL


“This legislation ensures that our trans youth have safe options and access to secure, stable shelter when they may not be welcome at home.” 

The state of Washington has moved to provide sweeping protections for transgender and LGTBQIA+ youth, so much so that they have recently passed a bill that grants authorities to seize possession of a child, if the parents do not agree and affirm their child’s gender change. 

“SB 5599” was first passed in the Senate with a vote of 27 yeas, 19 nays, and 3 excused, on March 1st. The bill was introduced by Marko Liias.

Liias describes the goal of the bill on his website:

‘Under current law, if a child who has run away from home goes to a licensed shelter, that shelter is required to notify the parents unless a compelling reason applies. The bill allows certified shelters to contact the Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) in lieu of parents in certain additional instances, such as when a youth is seeking reproductive health services or gender-affirming care,’ he explained.

Liias added, ‘The legislation would ensure that children who may not have supportive families at home do not end up on the street, but instead have shelter when seeking these protected health services.’

This bill is an important step in ensuring young people across the state have a roof over their heads during an already challenging period in their life. While we hope that every child has a supportive family that will provide them with acceptance and the care they need, it’s crucial that we provide housing options to those in crisis. ~Liias said in a statement

The bill was then passed in the state House on April 13th, with a vote of 57 yeas, 39 nays, and 2 excused. The bill returned to the Senate for added amendments and final approval, which then passed on April 19th. 

We know that young people experiencing homelessness are exposed to dangerous and harmful outcomes. That is why we must take every step we can to ensure their safety. This legislation ensures that our trans youth have safe options and access to secure, stable shelter when they may not be welcome at home. Liias said 

The bill now currently sits on Governor Jay Inslee’s desk for the final signature to make it officially law. Source

Brethren, just a few days ago, we saw a headline on only one news site. It clearly stated that the Biden Admin was deeply involved with child trafficking from our border.

Then we read that 85,000 children are missing who came across our border.

And then all we heard were ‘crickets.’

I know that one of my readers does not like it when I say this, but I MUST say it again: