“When Jesus had raised Himself up and saw no one but the woman, He said to her, “Woman, where are those accusers of yours? Has no one condemned you?” She said, “No one, Lord.” And Jesus said to her, “Neither do I condemn you; go and sin no more.” John 8:10-11 NKJV.
INJUSTICE AND ATROCITY ARE NOT THE SAME.
Jesus will not have compassion on your placards.
Jesus will show up for you only because of your helplessness, surrendered, and Faith in His Holy name.
• Injustice is when you don’t do something, or maybe you did it, but you have been pardoned, but someone wants to punish you at all cost.
• Atrocity is when you violate specific rules, and they want you to be punished for that.
Both injustices and atrocities will bow down to God’s Mercy if humbly and adequately address.
It doesn’t make sense for Christ followers to be protesting when you know that you’re wrong.
And it doesn’t make any sense either for a Christian nation to be angrily deporting people that are just seeking assistance.
Even when the idols worshipper thought that they have a case against God; God gave them a chance to prove their innocence.
“Present your case,” says the LORD. “Bring forth your strong reasons, ” says the King of Jacob.” Isaiah 41:21 NKJV.
You don’t deport the helpless people just because is part of your campaign strategies. Deport people if it’s essential.
ARE YOU GUILTY? PLEAD YOUR CASE HUMBLY AND WISELY
1. Is either you plead your case until they pardon you.
2. Face the consequences of your actions.
3. Or you prayerfully and patiently wait on the God you’re serving to set you free.
In conclusion, everyone that is in this type of situation, take heart the Lord will show up for you.
But, always remember to encourage yourself that your case has nothing to do with racism if you genuinely need Godly intervention.