Friday, June 30, 2017

DAILY comes the Judge


Injustice is rampant it seems. Being falsely accused of something is probably one of the hardest things to fight, not alone understand.

People tend to judge others very harshly, even if they don't have all of the facts.

The Bible tells us that God is just. This means that He is fair and impartial. It also means that He hates the mistreatment of the very people that He created. He hates lying, He hates cheating and all other forms of mistreatment of others. 

God's judgement is not like man's. God judges with righteousness. His judgement does not take into account skin color, age, or gender, He judges the heart and its motives.

(Psalm 98:9) "Sing before the Lord, for He comes to judge the earth. He will judge the world in righteousness and the peoples with equity."

One day, the final judgement will be made. And when that day comes, all the wrongs will be made right and all the earth will be judged fairly.

If you have been wronged or falsely accused, God will settle it but likewise, how you've judged others will be the same judgement given to you. 

The final verdict will be fair and justly deserved..."Please rise, this Court is now in session - Judge Jesus presiding."


TODAY'S SCRIPTURE READING: 1 Kings 22:29-2 Kings 1, Acts 4:23-5:11, Psalm 97

SATURDAY'S SCRIPTURE READING: 2 Kings 2-3, Acts 5:12-28, Psalm 99

SUNDAY'S SCRIPTURE READING: 2 Kings 4, Acts 5:29-6:15, Psalm 100 

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