Sermons

Justice And The Dangers Of Partiality ()

Tim Cain, March 18, 2017
Part of the Proverbs series, preached at a Saturday Evening service

If there is one thing that we can all agree on it is that we hate being the victims of injustice. Nothing raises our emotions or makes us angrier than being mistreated or discriminated against or taken advantage of. In the Proverbs what we find is that our God hates injustice just as much as we do. In fact the Proverbs teach us that God takes injustice against anyone as a personal insult against himself. In this message we will consider what it would look like for you and me to approach the issue of injustice impartially like our God does. What would it look like if you and I cared as much about the injustices that others faced as we do about the injustices that we were going through. We will talk specifically about how the wisdom of Proverbs could be applied to our pursuit of racial reconciliation.

Tags: Gospel, Injustuce, Jesus, Justice, Partiality, Proverbs, Racial Reconciliation, scales







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