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Justice and Mercy, Judgement and Truth

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Announcements Forums Unreality – October 1st, 2017 Justice and Mercy, Judgement and Truth

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    Psalms 89:14. Justice and judgment are the habitation of thy throne: mercy and truth shall go before thy face.

    The idea that Justice and Mercy go together is very comforting. Who would not love a parent who is just and merciful, who will chasten but still keep you in His/Her fold, protected in His/Her care?

    No wonder the Psalmist in 119:97 exclaims, “Oh how love I thy law, It is my meditation all the day.” And this love of His law is proven as Spurgeon puts it: “That is the best proof of the psalmist’s love of God’s law, for love shows itself by its constant familiarity with its chosen object.” ‘It is my meditation all the day.’ Every day, wherever I may be, I turn my daily experience into instructive meditation upon thy Word.”

    The lie that God is a God of wrath, who only punishes is UNREAL!

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