JUDGMENT

Judgement
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Judgement
Judge­ment

JUDGMENT

Leviti­cus 19:15, “be hon­est and just when you make deci­sions, in legal cas­es, do not show favoritism to the poor or fear the rich”.

Yes God is the per­fect judge, He alone has the final say over any sit­u­a­tion or a per­son, he is the one who places peo­ple in admin­is­tra­tive posi­tions of jus­tice and such peo­ple who are in the posi­tions are impar­tial in judg­ment. It is wrong for a judge to be prej­u­diced in his judg­ment. When he pro­nounces the inno­cent as guilty he incurs curs­es upon him­self.

Proverbs 22:23”; “don’t take advan­tage of the poor just because you can, don’t take advan­tage of those who stand help­less in court. The Lord will argue their case for them and threat­en the life of any­one who threat­ens theirs”.

Poor in this regards is any­one who does not have means to help him­self out while inno­cent. When you take advan­tage of peo­ple who are help­less, God allows the ene­mies take advan­tage of you. God fights for them. Remem­ber what­ev­er you do to the poor you do to God. Remem­ber that when Abel was killed by his broth­er Cain, God arose on behalf of Abel in judg­ment. Do not take advan­tage of peo­ple because they are help­less. God will always fight for those who are help­less. God is not man that he should lie, nei­ther is He a son of man that He should change His words.

Expe­ri­ence Life Abun­dance In Christ.


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