Liberty and Justice for All

God has high standards but to achieve these high standards, several tools have been given including grace, power, and the Holy Spirit to guide each day toward that high standard. Receive inspiration from the wonderful song “Resurrection Power” by Chris Tomlin.

This Day With God - A Spiritual Journey

But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. – Amos 5:24

Highlighted in the post “The Integrity of the Cross” is that the treasure of what is true and right must be for all. A society must judge with integrity and with the friendly companion of truth which history has sorted out over time. Proven throughout history is that the accurate Word of God is reliable to nourish and strengthen a society so it can flourish.

Much like a gardener removes weeds from a garden, we can root out the weeds that limit our ability to flourish. Part of that process is filling the inner garden with nourishment for the soul.

So this day with God, take in good songs like Resurrection Power by Chris Tomlin telling us that Jesus is living on the inside. We are no longer bound by sin and…

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1 Response to Liberty and Justice for All

  1. Thanks for the insight and inspiration. Chris Tomlin is great.

    Indeed, “God has high standards but to achieve these high standards, several tools have been given including grace, power, and the Holy Spirit to guide each day toward that high standard.”

    Blessings.

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