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Justice

  Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is looking. Dishonesty is the opposite. But, justice rules in the end. No one likes to think of God as an angry, mean God, but He will not let sin go unpunished. History shows that justice will eventually come to all. Because of the law of justice, we receive blessings when we obey God’s commandments. The law of justice also demands that a penalty be paid for every sin we commit. Jesus paid that penalty for us. Do the right thing, always. Trust in God to bring the justice …

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Judge Not

    There will always be a right way to mend a wrong. Since Adam and Eve, sin has been a part of our existence. No one can escape sin, we’re all born into it. Most sin is invisible. You may get away with telling a lie or coveting something you don’t have, but all sin is punishable. Sin is a debt and it must be paid back. That’s why we have judges and juries. Judges are appointed to courts to be the ultimate decision maker. You can’t deny that you have judged others. In your mind you may think …

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Believers Are To Be Just

  Phillipians 4: 8-9 “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. 9 Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.” God is the epitome of justice! And during man’s life on earth, He sends rain on the just and unjust. And though we have heard that all people are created equal, is that true? What about a child born to parents addicted to drugs or alcohol …

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Pests or Perfection?

We had three pests that were invading our home. They had done their best to do some damage and build their homes inside our home. But now that the new siding is up they no longer have access to their former entries. The wasps fly up to their usual spots but fly away. They won’t be dive bombing us at the front door any longer. The squirrels are blocked from their ability to chew into the wood siding that is now covered. And the woodpeckers as well no longer enjoy their roosts. You might think I’m anti wildlife, but no, …