1. When a nation grows tired of God - or rejects Him altogether - they inevitably reap a harvest of injustice and ignorance. 2. When faced with injustice we’re inclined to ask God to serve our solutions rather than save us from them! 3. We are accountable to God! One day He will appraise our life.
4. God always reveals what He requires!
5. The temptation to offer worship as a substitute for justice is always with us.
6. Devotion to God calls for both worship and doing justice. They inform, empower, and sustain one another. Neither will survive alone! 7. “Justice” is a word of social preservation involving attack and addition. 8. To do justice is to engage in compassionate social action aimed at correcting inequities, creating opportunities, and alleviating suffering – in Jesus’ name. 9. To love kindness is to accept responsibility for others with a love that won’t letgo. 10. To be humble is to see both God and ourselves accurately.