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Gary Wilkerson and Keith Holloway continue their conversation about the attributes of God and focus this week on the justice of God.
Key Points from the Podcast
• God’s acts of justice are an outflow of who he is—his justness. The foundation of God’s throne is justice and righteousness.
• Whatever God wills to do is just, perfect and right.
• Our perception and understanding of God’s justice will have a profound effect on our worship of and relationship with him.
• Why is our tendency to accuse God of injustice when bad things happen in this world?
• If we have an incorrect view of God’s justice, then we will have an incorrect view of sin and God’s mercy.
• In the Greek and Hebrew, the word often translated as righteous can also mean justice.
• We cannot diminish God’s wrath, anger and judgment in favor of his love, mercy and forgiveness. They are all equally important to our full understanding of God.
Bible Verses Referenced in the Podcast
Genesis 1:1, John 1:1, Deuteronomy 32:4, 1 Corinthians 13:12, Psalm 145:17a, Genesis 3:1, John 17:25, Matthew 6:33b, Matthew 5:6, 1 John 2:1, John 16:8, Romans 9:20, Ephesians 1:1, Habakkuk 1:13
Resources Mentioned in the Podcast
• The Justice of God by A.W. Pink
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About Keith Holloway
Keith Holloway is the Senior Director of Missions Development at World Challenge. Keith is a CHE trainer, facilitator, and a member of the Global CHE Network’s Representative Council. He and his wife Maureen live in Colorado Springs; they have six grown children and seven grandchildren.
About Gary Wilkerson
Gary Wilkerson is the President of World Challenge, an international mission organization that was founded by his father, David Wilkerson. He is also the Founding Pastor of The Springs Church, which he launched in 2009 with a handful of people. He has traveled nationally and internationally at conferences and conducted mission ventures such as church planting, starting orphanages, clinics, feeding programs among the poorest of the poor and the most unreached people of the earth. Gary and his wife Kelly have four children and live in Colorado Springs, CO.
- Incorrectly cited as Psalm 145:7 during the podcast
- Incorrectly cited as Matthew 6:23 during the podcast
- Incorrectly cited as Ephesians 1:1 during the podcast