Mercy – Hebrew: raham

Mercy – Psalm 25:6

Hebrew raham רחם means to have compassion

Greek – eleos means the outward manifestation of pity, it assumes need on the part of him who receives it, and resources adequate to meet the need on the part of him who shows it.

“Remember your compassion and grace, ADONAI; for these are ages old” (CJB).

“Remember, O LORD, your great mercy and love, for they are from of old” (NIV).

“I exhort you, therefore, brothers, in view of God’s mercies, to offer yourselves as a sacrifice, living and set apart for God.  This will please him; it is the logical “Temple worship” for you” (Romans 12:1, CJB).

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