Many churches throughout the world use a Bible reading schedule called a "lectionary." It's just a fancy word meaning "selected readings." Posts like this reflect on the readings for an upcoming Sunday or other Church holiday, as found in the historic one-year lectionary.
God loves justice. He hates wrong (Is. 61:8). What impact does this have on his people? God's intention is to replace the dishonor that his people have endured with the honor he is able to give. This accomplishes two outcomes.
First, it pours out blessings on God's people. They have received hardship and often hatred and dishonor in this world. In the last day, God's response is to pub an end to the abuse and scorn which is heaped upon his chosen people. Their crime, in the eyes of the world, is trusting God. He will show that trust to be well founded. They receive an inheritance and great joy. They will have what they need, in abundance, forever, as the righteousness they have planted comes to fruition.
Second, it brings glory to God, a glory due his name. He is the author of righteousness, joy, and all salvation. The creator, redeemer, and sustainer of heaven and earth rightfully is due honor and respect. We would literally have nothing without God's work.
God justly brings all the fallenness of this word to a glorious conclusion. In doing so, he pours out blessing on all his people. He is faithful.
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