Don’t look at the injustices; take heed on what Jesus intend to teach you (23/11)

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Don’t look at the injustices; take heed on what Jesus intend to teach you.

  • “Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. For Jehovah knows the way of the righteous; but the way of the ungodly shall perish.” (Psalms 1.5,6).

The injustice always needs arguments to try to convince. Justice, on the other hand, speaks for itself. Nevertheless, the injustice manifest in eclectic forms, is throughout the world and it’s impossible to change this.

Notwithstanding, it’s up to us:

  • to allow that, what Jesus says, to sink in; to acquiesce us in the works of Jesus;
  • to rest and wait in Jesus (Psalms 37.7) while He knows our ways and avouch His truth and justice through us (see Psalms 117.1,2).

That is to say: although the world is fraught of turpitude, this don’t mean that this has to come about us. On the contrary: the promise is that, in our hearts (that is the congregation of the righteous), sinners won’t surmount.

And if someone reject or harm you, don’t whimper: Jesus plans on removing the ungodly of your life. Recall that the ungodly won’t stand in the judgement. This is why the judgement starts from us who are the house of the Creator.

So, accept willingly the correction of Jesus (Leviticus 26.41,43; Proverbs 3.11,12; Hebrews 12.5-11), be free of all that dirt the character of Jesus within you, stand sturdy in what Jesus is and do (1Timothy 3.15) and have a portentous weekend.