Prophetic Perspective – God’s Throne of Righteousness and Justice

Surely the Sovereign Lord does nothing without revealing his plan to his servants the prophets. The lion has roared—who will not fear? The Sovereign Lord has spoken—who can but prophesy?” Amos 3:8

I thank God for His unfailing, unending love for all humanity. God has given each of us, male and female, a purpose for being on the earth. We have been given gifts and abilities to walk in the fullness of that purpose.

Christ’s Church, is in need of renewal, restoration and reformation. The Church is in need of Spirit-filled prophets and prophetesses. God is looking for people filled with the Spirit—people with a prophetic perception charting a course of action in these last days. In 2020, I shared that the church entered into a new era. We were crossing a threshold into a new movement of righteousness. The Holy Spirit has been emphasizing righteousness this year and beyond. “The LORD is righteous in all his ways and faithful in all he does (Psa. 145:17).  Why? Because the Lord is righteous and just!

I wouldn’t be able to talk about the issues of race, religion and politics without speaking on the foundation of God’s throne, righteousness and justice. People today typically do what is right in there own eyes, just as Israel did long ago. “In those days Israel had no king; all the people did whatever seemed right in their own eyes (Jud. 21:25). We are living in a time where Christians and non-Christians tend to do whatever seems right in their own eyes with little or no consideration if what they are doing is righteous or just according to God’s standards. Righteousness and justice are the foundation of God’s throne where He executes justice. Mercy and truth goes before him (Psa. 89:14).

The church has become to complacent. To comfortable with the status quo. The Lord is calling His church to awaken from its slumber. It’s crucial that the church understands the present time in which we live. “The night is nearly over; the day I’d almost here (Rom. 13:11-12).

Rabbi Heschel in Who is Man, “For man to be means to be with other human beings. His existence is co-existence.” We must learn to co-exist in righteousness with others if America is ever to truly be a great nation.”

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