Streams of Mercy: Receiving and Reflecting God's Grace

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Vine Books/Servant Publications, 1998 - Religion - 208 pages
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Reveals that God's mercy is one of the least understood characteristics of God. With moving illustrations & provocative biblical insights, the author mines the depth & width of divine mercy by analyzing it through three lenses: the mercy of God, the blessedness of the merciful, & the merciful church.

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Dr. Mark Rutland is the founder and president of Global Servants. He is the third president of Oral Roberts University and was also president of Southeastern University in Florida. He is the author of Hanging by a Thread, Behind the Glittering Mask: The Archangel Michael vs. Lucifer on the Seven Deadly Sins, and ReLaunch: How to Stage an Organizational Comeback. Rutland holds graduate degrees from Emory University and California Graduate School of Theology.

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