Tag Archives: God’s justice

Having All the Answers Is Overrated

  Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves,     for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly;     defend the rights of the poor and needy. (Proverbs 31:8-9.) ***  

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The Punishment of Injustice

[From the archives. This first appeared as a guest post on Natasha Robinson’s blog.] *** “I hear you don’t like Mexicans.” He looked angry. “What?” I stood at my high school locker late that afternoon, the halls empty but for … Continue reading

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Happy 800th Birthday to Magna Carta – a document that is as fresh as the day it was born

When King John signed Magna Carta on that field in Runnymede 800 years ago today, he likely didn’t dream that eight centuries later people would still celebrate its clauses. One clause that continues to fascinate and guide people – perhaps … Continue reading

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God’s Justice, God’s Way – Psalm 137

Reports of new injustices come up every day, both here in the United States and overseas, and they seem to be coming more rapidly as each day passes. Many people ask why this is happening, and many people of faith wonder where … Continue reading

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Judges and Bribes

[From the archives.] *** I went into a convenience store near work today. I stop in for a soda once in a while, and usually share a greeting with the woman who owns the place. Today her husband was there … Continue reading

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The Punishment of Injustice

[Natasha Robinson asked me to join her in a series on pursuing God’s justice on her blog A Sista’s Journey. Here’s the opening, with a link to read the rest at her place.] *** “I hear you don’t like Mexicans.” … Continue reading

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