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RCCG Open Heaven 11 July 2022, Monday | Whatsoever Things Are Just

Read and Meditate on Today’s Open Heaven Daily Devotional for Monday 11th July 2022, written by Pastor E.A. Adeboye. God bless you as you study!



“Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow.” – (Isaiah 1:17)

READ: Philippians 4:8 (KJV)

RCCG Open Heaven 11 July 2022, Monday | Message:

Many of the evils in our society today emanated from unjust thinking. If only more and more people, including all those who claim to be Christians can begin to think on just things, then the world would be a better place. To be just means to be morally right and fair, to consider the effect of your action on your neighbour before you do it. It means that you don’t cheat others or try to bully them into doing what they should not.

God hates it when you are unjust, especially to people who are less privileged than you. He hates it when you treat your domestic staff like they are not human or when you take advantage of the ignorance of an uneducated fellow. He wants you to be just at all times. I remember one time I gave someone a construction job. In measuring the piece of land on which he was to build, he measured in metres instead of feet.

When I noticed the mistake he was making, I decided I was not going to correct him. God then spoke to me and said I should correct him. I responded, “If this man calls himself a professional and he does not know the difference between metres and feet, then let him do the extra work and pay for the extra expenses, I am not correcting him”. God kept nudging me to act justly with the man but I refused.

Another person came along and in greeting, we shook hands. His hand felt like a rock. He did not just shake my hand, he squeezed it. The pain was so much that my hand felt as if it was on fire. At last, he released my hand. I cried to God, “Lord, why did you let this happen to me” and He responded, “Why didn’t you correct the man when I told you to?” I quickly corrected him and miraculously, the pain in my hand disappeared.

John 3:16 says that God loves the whole world. He loves the rich and the poor and He wants everyone to have justice. Be just to everyone, especially those who are less privileged and cannot fight for their own justice. God is very particular about such people. Proverbs 21:13 says: Whoso stoppeth his ears at the cry of the poor, he also shall cry himself, but shall not be heard.

KEY POINT: Think and act justly to everyone you come in contact with.

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Psalms 108-109

RCCG Open Heaven 11 July 2022, Monday | Whatsoever Things Are Just

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