The Fairness of God

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Reading Verse: Numbers 36:1-13

Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day

—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.

2 Timothy 4:18

Everyone wants to be treated fairly in life. For example, if a mother loves one of her children more than the others, then the other children might get jealous. People can unfairly treat us, but keep in mind that God is the only one who fairly treats everyone. He never differentiates His people, He will always defend us and see what we are going through.

Like Joseph who was treated unjust by his brothers, God didn’t let Joseph was treated that way. God lifted his life so that he became successful in the land of Egypt. The fairness of God will be revealed through His defense to those who live in the truth. Living in the truth means that we don’t follow His way and live in obedience. So when we are treated unfairly, don’t be afraid because God is always with us and He will always defend us. His defense will be revealed to us on time.

The fairness of God will be revealed to those who live in sins. God we worship has full of love, however He doesn’t compromise sins and He will never let us live in sins. Those who sin have to be responsible for their own sins. It is written in Romans 6:23 that for the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life. The second time God comes to the world, He will come as the judge to those who live in sins, and there will be the revelation of His justice. So, don’t ever try to fall into sin. Even though it seems that nobody can see us, but His justice will be revealed to us.

As long as we live, our attitudes should be pleasing to the Lord. Live in holiness and do not follow lust desires. Keep in mind that the fairness of God will always be revealed to us.

God is fair; He never compromises SIN.

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