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Short Take: The Greatest Injustice of All Time.

The Christian Worldview / David Wheaton
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May 31, 2020 8:00 pm

Short Take: The Greatest Injustice of All Time.

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May 31, 2020 8:00 pm

Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on Twin Cities Burning from the Fires of the Flesh

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If in fact this was a with. They are racially involve motivated killing of this George for this black man by a white police officer is not the greatest injustice of all time. It's a terrible injustice. It absolutely is.

But the greatest injustice of all time was the, the killing of Jesus Christ, the son of God, the one who had created the entire world created you and me and for those who were created by him to crucify him. When he had done no crime, nor is any deceit found in his mouth. That was the greatest injustice in the history of mankind will continue to be the greatest injustice ever. How did Jesus and his followers respond to that particular injustice did they riot in the streets today burned down buildings that they try to kill the Roman authorities not made maybe one or two did that. That certainly wasn't what Jesus wanted them to do, or told in the door actually evidence that they are. She did Jesus dinning resist arrest.Peter to put away his sort, his disciples didn't riot after he was crucified, and rose from the dead know what they did they want. I'm preaching the gospel because they knew that that ultimately the conversion of the heart.

The supernatural transformation that takes place when someone understands their own sinfulness. When someone understands that they have alienated themselves from God that they have ship shaken their fist at God and saying I will rule not you that the wages of that sin is his death.

Both the physical death and eternal separation from God in hell. And they realize that there can be accountable to the creator. Someday. And when they cry out for mercy and they put their trust their faith in that the gracious gift that God offered us so that we could be right with him. We didn't even have to do anything. Trust may be right with him, but he did.

He sent his only son. The son he loved to come to earth to live a perfect life and to die unjustly on that cross for crimes he did not commit. But God accounted that sacrifice of his son as being the payment for the penalty that we deserve to pay for our sin. We put our trust in that and who Jesus is the son of God and what he did for us on the cross, a supernatural conversion transformation takes place inside of us and were able to respond to the very real injustices that do happen in the world, not with rage and revenge and burning it down the fires of the flesh, but were able to respond as that passage in Romans 12 says never pay back evil for evil to anyone, but that doesn't mean that there shouldn't be consequences for people who commit crimes of this if this police officer is found of commit a crime.

Its earthly justice for him to pay the penalty for that crime he committed with the rage and revenge doesn't doesn't pursue that that form of justice, biblical justice

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