Our Judgment will come as the noon day

The Great Day of His Wrath

The Great Day of His Wrath (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Un-noticed to us is the judgment God brings against those who persecute us for doing what is right, and because of this missed information we often times try to resolve our own fears. This only leads to anger, but according to God’s word we are to cease from anger and forsake wrath. Psalm 37:8

No matter the circumstances when we stand in the face of insults, persecutions, and rejection by the world and those who setup traps for us to fall that they may laugh at us, God promise to bring forth our righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as the noonday. He will prove us to be right by judging on our behalf putting an end to the works and practice of the wicked.

He calls us to remember to refrain from doing what is evil, not to worry He said because it only leads us to evil actions. This is often the case when we are hurt by those who aim at our hurt, but Jesus said we are to love our enemies, bless them that curse us, and to pray for those who spitefully use us and persecute us. In this way we display the love of God to the world, but it doesn’t mean they have escaped the judgment of God. Psalm 1:5-6

If man refuses to change and turn from his evil ways, they will fall in judgment and our righteousness will shine forth as a light and our judgment will come forth as the noon day said the Lord.

For yet a little while, and the wicked shall not be: yea, thou shall diligently consider his place, and it shall not be. But the meek shall inherit the earth; and shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace. Psalm 37:8-9 We will delight ourselves in the abundance of peace because we have learned to trust in the Lord. The sufferings we endure in this world are small and few compare to the reward God has in store for us.


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5 replies

  1. What a timely post. While Paul tells us this (Romans 12:17-21 – powerful words that challenge us to go beyond human into God’s divine Way) we want to see results now rather than wait for God. And it also reminds us to weep for the lost rather than seek their punishment for something done to us! Not easy, but when we live by love it is the best choice. When it comes to our health (physical and spiritual) our forgiveness of others frees us, takes away stress, and lets us focus on the good of God rather than the evil humans do. Thanks. We need encouragement often to live this way as it seems way too easy to slip back into vengeful thinking.

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