May justice be done!

May justice be done!

Then once more you shall see the distinction between the righteous and the wicked, between one who serves God and one who does not serve him. Malachi 3:18 (ESV)

When the Eternal One promises to once again make a distinction, it is clear that what He did in His servants’ lives in the past, He is ready to do in His servants’ lives in the present.

And more, He is greatly interested in doing this so that the world sees the distinction between those who serve Him and those who do not.

He did this in the life of Noah, Job, Abraham, Isaac, Israel, Moses, Joshua and everyone else who feared him and lived in His righteousness and justice.

But when it comes to justice, note that He promised to make a distinction between the righteous (just) and the wicked. Those who are not righteous and just, are wicked.

They are wicked because they do not value the price that our Lord paid to rescue them; they are wicked because they reject His offer of salvation; they are wicked because they couldn’t care less about what He did to rescue them; they are wicked because they consider themselves to be their own lords; they are wicked because they ignore the many sacrifices that the Lord Jesus made for them.

Yes, there needs to be an extraordinary, stark, clearly evident distinction so that there is no doubt between who is and who is not of God.

Jesus repeated this promise when He said:
He that believeth on Me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water. John 7:38 KJV

I cannot imagine believing in the Lord Jesus as the Bible instructs, and then having a quality of life that is the same or worse than unbelievers. This would not be just on God’s part, would it?

Have you ever thought about that?

Maybe you confess that you believe in Jesus but at the same time your life has been a little piece of hell at home, on your job, at school, out on the street… You have no break from suffering, no peace or joy.

You feel joy when you experience success, but even so, it’s momentary.

The rest of the time you’re dealing with problems, constant headaches, insomnia, irritability, depression, sadness, thoughts of suicide, dizziness, a disastrous home life, rebellious children, a total absence of unity in your family, and on and on.

Even so you continue to say that you believe in Jesus…

What is wrong? Is your belief in Jesus false or are the promises of God false?

Listen, from the viewpoint of a living and true faith, anyone who believes in Jesus has to have a quality of life far better to those who do not believe. If we believe in Him like His Word instructs it is impossible for our lives not to be better.

Am I right?

This is why in every location of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God we are in one spirit, one faith, one heart before the throne of the Most High, insisting on a better life.

If you believe this, come along with me. If you don’t, sorry…

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