Justice – Proverbs 29:26

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Justice – Proverbs 29:26

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Proverbs 29:26
Many seek an audience with a ruler, but it is from YHWH that man gets justice.

When you need to take a matter to the law, remember that YHWH is the one who brings true justice. Can a ruler or a judge give you justice when you have been wronged? Absolutely. However, many of us have seen where a ruler or a judge did not give a judgement that brought about justice. In fact, it could have been down right corruption that came from their ruling. What’s this tell us? It tells us that no matter who the ruler or judge may be, our ultimate trust has to be in YHWH to bring about true justice.

So make it a practice that you talk to our heavenly Father before taking any action. Seek His advice before anyone else’s. Seek His word before a close friend’s word. First seek the Father. This enables you to calm your heart down and listen. To remind you of just who really is in charge. HIM.

So be cautious in who you seek an audience with. Make it your priority to Talk to YHWH before taking any other action.

26 Many seek an audience with a ruler, but it is from YHWH that man gets justice.

Let this be a focus in your time of meditation throughout the day. Until next time, Shalom.

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