The Justice God Is Seeking (Worship)
When the apostles in Jerusalem sent Paul out on the Church’s first companion venture, they launched him with one charge: “Remember the poor.” It is the same plea brought by ceremony personality David Ruis in this scrutiny of the intersection of ceremony and justice, the crossroads where adore of God and adore of nearby resident meet. His ardent warning for God’s people is to ceremony Him with integrity, cultivating a adore of forgiveness while refusing to omit injustice. “We cannot be a worshiping people but being a village of justice, inside of and but our walls.”
This is an call in to knowledge a new way of seeing, of aligning our hearts with the heart of God – only then will we sense the probity God is seeking.
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