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Should We Demand Justice

Should a bible believing, practicing Christian demand justice when he is wronged?

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 ---mima on 1/12/06
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We should always first of all demand justice from ourselves. Do we cast the first stone?
---SueQ7373 on 5/5/08


It is more important to maintain your intergrity. If you cannot get justice from man, God will give you justice.
---catherine on 5/5/08


Mima, we should demand justice when anyone is wronged, white-black, rich-poor, gay-straight, Christian-non-Christian. Not just when we are wronged. But on this site we are obsessed with sexual sins and about remarriage and asking permission to do something. I think DEMANDING justice for everyone is a Christians most effective witness. Justice is one of the three things God REQUIRES.
---randy on 5/5/08


If there were no justice, then we would be in a lawless society and the criminals would run the streets. One can forgive and still seek justice.
---Madison on 5/31/07


Scripture tells us that we should never take a fellow Christian to court. We should always sort it out with the person; if they won't listen then through 2 or 3 people from church; if it still isn't sorted take the problem to the church generally. What we must not do is wash our dirty linen in public - meaning in the presence of unbelievers.
---M.P. on 2/3/06




Wow, wayne, steve, & annon.., great answers. Did Jesus "demand" justice when he stood before Herod and Pilate? Did He demand "justice" the numerous times He was struck? He was as a lamb before His accusers - saying nothing. His laying down His was the only answer concerning the ultimately wronged person - God. Because of our own wicket hearts, none of us are in a place to judge or demand "justice."
---daphn8897 on 2/3/06


Romans 12:19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.
---anonymous on 2/3/06


, i cannot over-emphasize how important it is to forgive, no matter what has happened. we all deserve God's wrath for all we have done.
---steve on 1/14/06


Depends on what you mean by "demand justice" in the question. What many mean is that if wronged, then I pursue every avenue to force the person, corporation, nation, to give me what is due or right. This is wrong--Matthew 5:11, 38-42, 44; 1 Peter 2:18-19. The Lord executes justice for all that are oppressed--Psalm 103:6 & 146-5-7. Thus we do not "demand justice" but forgive. Yet we show that justice will be served.
---Wayne87 on 1/14/06


There will be no Godly justice until the Kingdom's of this world become the Kingdoms of our Lord and of Him Christ and He shall reign forever.Rev.
---Lynn on 1/14/06




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