How many times have people failed you in life?
How many times have you failed your own self?
How many hopes and dreams have you had for yourself and for your loved ones yet those hopes and dreams are just that….Hopes and dreams that seem to never come to a reality. At this point you probably feel like giving up, like if those victories aren’t for you. Or worse of all, you just got use to always being on the losing end, you got use to always failing and convinced yourself that this is what life is all about. You got use to your problems thinking there is no other solution. You might be thinking…The Bible is just a storybook of things that happened in the past and don’t happen today. For me, there’s no way out…This is my life!
God is a just judge,
And God is angry with the wicked every day Psalm 7:11
What is your case?
What is your injustice?
Diseases, unemployment, you got married to be happy and now you are facing divorce. You paid for your children to have a good education and now they are on drugs, they are unemployed, or in jail. You wake up every day to feel pain and go back to bed in pain. You never have food in the fridge or money to buy yourself anything nice.
The arguments that you have are arguments of faith, when you say “God you are my Father, I am your child. I am your son/daughter! How can I follow you and yet live a life like this? This is not fair and this is my case!”
You might be so desperate because you can clearly see the injustice that you are facing. You might be angry, depressed, or even suicidal, but there is a way out! Job said I will come to His seat.
His seat is the Throne. When you come to the altar of God and you present your injustice, God takes your case. Maybe the lawyer didn’t take your case. Maybe the judge didn’t rule in your favor as you expected. But God’s justice, the Divine justice will be served. God honors you and He wipes away your tears.
On September 15th all over the globe we will have a day to cry out for justice. Justice will be served!
May the God of the Bible bless all of you!
Bishop Bira Fonseca