When King David showed grace to Mephibosheth in 2 Samuel 9:8, Mephibosheth bowed down in humble amazement and said: “What is your servant, that you should look upon such a dead dog as I?”

Those of us who have experienced the Son of David’s even greater grace, often feel the same way don’t we? We bow in awe and wonder, “What is your servant, that you should look upon such a dead dog as I?” Think about that and then watch a beautiful video illustration of your salvation (RSS/email click here).

O, yes, I remember my miserable lostness, my ugly sores of sin, my suspicions of my Savior, and my first crumbs of grace. I remember His gentle winning love, His undergirding arms, His warm welcome, His tender washing, His patient healing, His delight in me.

And, wonder of all wonders, He’ll never make a video to find a “forever home” for me.

Because I’m already forever home.

  • Joseph Kamps

    Very moving. I’ve been brought into my masters operating room and given a new heart, into His courtroom and been declared not guilty, and into His family room through adoption. Mephibosheth portrays, I think, a stained glass picture of those whom Jesus said will inherit the kingdom of heaven – the poor in spirit.

  • jim delver

    thanks David

  • Cat

    Thank you for posting this illustration.