The Life of Jesus
The preliminary hearing before Annas (1st-trial) John 18:12–14 (NIV) — 12 Then the detachment of soldiers with its commander and the Jewish officials arrested Jesus. They bound him 13 and brought him first to Annas, who was the father-in-law of Caiaphas, the high priest that year. 14 Caiaphas was the…
These are verses from the song we will sing immediately after the message today…and we also sang on Wednesday. Let our praise be Your welcome Let our songs be a sign We are here for You, we are here for You Let Your breath come from heaven Fill our hearts with Your life We are here for You, we are here…
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The moral righteousness of God is revealed in his laws and expressed in his judicial acts. God’s commands and judgments meet perfect standards of justice, and his apportioning of punishments and rewards is also perfectly just. God’s justice is impartial. Special praise is his for vindicating the penitent and the needy who have no human champions. Ultimately, all God’s ways will be seen as just and equitable.
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AMOS # 8 — The day of the Lord in the scriptures is a day of vengeance. It is the Day that the LORD brings Justice to a nation, people or town. We have the Day of the LORD that is during the Tribulation time and a Day of the LORD that is at the end of this old earth. For the wicked it is a day of darkness…
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God created the world in justice, and expects that his creatures will deal fairly and justly with one another as a result. Sin brings injustice into the world, by disrupting the justice established by God at creation. As a result, human justice often falls short of God’s standards.
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What יהוה requires. יהוהis seeking something….. perfect moral character! Turn to Micah chapter six. A few weeks ago retreat for teachers of Bethlehem school in Tauranga, speaker spoke of “canon with the canon” – we only use a small portion of the Scriptures. He said that we know nothing of the Minor…
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JUSTICE Anssi Vanjoki, was caught racing his Harley down a street in Helsinki, Finland. The police clocked him at 47 mph in a 31 mph zone and the judge assessed him with a $103,600 fine for speeding. The millionaire executive is fighting the fine, not because he wasn't speeding. He is appealing the amount…