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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Proverbs 21:15

"The exercise of justice is joy for the righteous, But is terror to the
workers of iniquity" (Proverbs 21:15 NASB). There is no need to fear justice
and truth when one lives righteously (cf. Romans 13:3-4). There are no
skeletons in the closet. No secrets one fears being revealed. In fact, the
righteous take their delight in seeing justice prevail. Even when the court
systems don't uphold justice, the righteous take comfort knowing God is the
final judge and His court is supreme. The wicked don't want justice and so
use bribes (cf. Proverbs 21:14) or prevent the truth from being known by
twisting and perverting laws intended to protect the innocent. They are
afraid of having their lives exposed and taking responsibility for what they
have done. We need to live in such a way that we do not fear truth or

Jeremy Sprouse

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