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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

She Reads Truth - Justice Day #2

What is Justice?

I have been really encouraged to be faithful in this study, and am so glad that I am able to share with you all! Here we are at Day 2 in the She Reads Truth Study of Justice! To catch up with yesterday's devotion click HERE. I think it is really inspiring that the devotional today was written by Bethany Hoang, the Director of the  nstitute for Biblical Justice for the International Justice Mission. She focused on seeking after the ONE who created justice and the ONE who came to set the prisoners free, Jesus. 
Upon reading the related scriptures Matthew 20:1-16Psalm 146:5-9Deuteronomy 16:18-20Psalm 33:4-5 and the devotional HERE I wrote out this prayer: 

Dear Lord -- I know that there have been generations where your people are blind to see injustices that you desire for us to work against and people to fight to save. So often it is something that a culture is used to seeing, what they are used to doing, or how they believe the world works. I pray that I will not be blind to the injustices in the world around me. Help me to not see oppression as normal or right. Keep me from supporting or permitting injustice or perverted justice. I want to see things the way that you do, Jesus. Lead me to freedom -- and give me boldness to bring others with me. Thank you for always being upright, steadfast and faithful in your work and your word. 

Your daughter, 
Andrea

 This leads me to ask the question - 
What oppression or injustice do you think we are failing to work against?
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