Justice - God Today
Monday, June 3rd, 2019Robert Henderson

Justice

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Hello, this is Robert Henderson with Robert Henderson Ministries and welcome to God Today.  You know, one of the things I am known for around the world, and one of the things I do a lot of, is teaching on the courts of Heaven.  One of the things that comes out of any court is judgments that produce justice.

 

One of the things we have to understand is that there can be no justice without judgments being rendered.  A lot of people think that judgments are the activities of an angry God. But nothing could be further from the truth.  A judgment is simply a verdict that is rendered based on evidence that is presented. The Lord gives us a right to come and stand before Him in His courts and present evidence that allows HIm, according to Hebrews 12:23, as God the judge of all, to render verdicts on our behalf.

 

In fact, when Jesus came to the Earth, one of the most prevalent things He came to do was to bring justice into the Earth.  Let me read this for you. Matthew 12:18, “Behold, my servant [speaking of Jesus], whom I have chosen, my beloved in whom my soul is well pleased.”  God loved Jesus, he cared for Jesus, he was well pleased with Jesus. He said, “I will put my Spirit upon Him.” Why? “And He will declare justice to the gentiles.”  In other words, He would begin to come and right every wrong. He would begin to come and cause those that were last to begin to be first. He would come and begin to cause those who had lost thing, things had been taken away form them, things that had been stolen.  He would begin to bring restoration to them for those who had been treated in an unjust manner or way. Jesus is the King, He is the Judge who sits – watch this – and brings justice to the gentiles. That’s you and me. That, literally, He comes and renders verdicts on our behalf.

 

How do we get that justice?  By coming before Him and making our requests before Him.  In other words, we come and we present evidence that would allow Him to render judgments on our behalf.  He is looking to bring that aspect into our lives. Here is what I want to say. When we pray we should simply ocme.  We should say, “Lord, I am coming and I believe this has happened to me in an unrighteous or an unjust manner. I am coming and I am asking you, Lord, based on the integrity of your word, based on who you are, that you would move on my behalf and you would cause, literally, all the things that have been stolen from me, all the things that have been taken away, that they would be restored.  The word of God promises this: He would restore 2 fold, He would restores 7 fold even. If the faith is found out, He must give up even the substance of all of his house and restore to us 7 fold. I sense as I am speaking today that there are many of you that God wants to bring restoration to. It is the justice of God that is demanding it.

 

Let me pray for you.  Father, I pray right now, for those that are watching that have felt like they have been mistreated, abused, and even stolen from.  I am asking for a righteous judgment from the courts of Heaven that would cause justice to come into their life and everything they have lost, not only would it be restored, but it would be restored many times over.  I thank you, Lord, that you are moving in their behalf to accomplish this. I give you glory for it. In Jesus’ name. Amen.