God is a God of justice and therefore the God’s people are to be a people of justice. Yet when … More
Our voice may be ignored, but that doesn’t dissolve us of the responsibility of speaking up.
Looking at this outrage exhibited from both sides of the aisle, I think there is at least a few lessons to learn from it and Ms. Ford.
Every sin cries out for justice. Like some career criminal, it always sets up a fall-guy. It entraps us in our sin and then cries out against us, “Justice! Justice!” and we are caught red-handed.
What we forget though, is that changing the rules is not simply annoying; it’s unjust. Because it is unjust; it is an abomination.
Do we truly believe that God is just? Do we honestly believe that we mean much to God and that God will deal justly with our enemies? If so, then we live out what we believe: turn from vengeance and turn toward love and neighborliness.