A God of Justice

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A number of years ago I was stopped for driving too fast in a speed zone, and in the courtroom I pleaded guilty. The judge was not only friendly but embarrassed for me to be in his court. The fine was ten dollars. If he had let me go free, it would have been inconsistent with justice. The penalty had to be paid either by me or someone else! Judgment is consistent with love. A God of love must be a God of justice. It is because God loves that He is just. His justice balances His love and makes His acts of both love and justice meaningful.

God could not consistently love men, if He did not provide for the judgment of evil-doers. His punishment of the evil-doer and His separation of the righteous is a manifestation of God’s great love. We must always look at the cross on the dark background of judgment. It was because God’s love for man was so intense that He gave His Son, so that man would not have to face judgment.

God is just, Billy Graham explains in this classic message.

Prayer for the day

You are the Supreme Judge, almighty God, and I thank You that even though I did not deserve forgiveness, my judgment was paid by Your beloved Son, Jesus Christ.

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  1. Jane Hardeman Dickey says:

    Thank you… )

  2. zephyrin says:

    thank you

  3. Mary Gail Thomas says:


  4. gracious says:

    All praises to him,the Lord of Lords

  5. Mike Miller says:

    Thank you

  6. betty smith says:

    Thank you 🙂

  7. Patricia Logan says:

    Thank You and I truly hope you are feeling better. God bless you a million times

  8. Favoured Queen Candy Obeng- Adjei says:

    May HIS name be praised forever. Amen.

  9. susan woodcock says:

    Thank Lord Jesus for taking my eternal judgement. we in this day and age to not see that judgment for sin is fair. Praise God for his plan and his son’s obedience.

  10. Terry Bearden says:

    Thank you and God Bless you