Law – Doing Justice – Condemning or Forgiving

The theme of my text is forgiveness, but we cannot speak of forgiveness if there have been no mistakes committed! Just as he cannot have wrongdoing if there is no established law beforehand, then the judgment will come to do justice, and in the end will come either sentence, conviction or forgiveness! There is the law of God, or the law of Christ, the law of each nation, the rules of business, and the individual law of each individual which is his logic to conceive what is good or evil according to the spirit of his conscience! Each party has its own justice that it applies to those who must account to it for good or ill what has been done. After the condemnation or forgiveness according to the justice of each one! Then what? God's righteousness will do justice on every judgment that has been made! We must understand whatever laws are, the GOD law being the law of the one by whom everything exists, its law is above all existing laws! For God's law encompasses all other laws and that in the end, and nations, and sets, or individuals will account before God for their own judgments about others!

Isaiah 2:4 (Speaking of Jesus Christ) He will be the judge of nations, the arbiter of a large number of peoples. From their swords they will forge hoyals, and from their spears serpes: One nation will no longer draw the sword against another, and one will no longer learn war.

In truth, God establishes judges, but does not allow anyone to judge anyone by any law other than the one he has established himself! To better understand, he is the one who will judge even the JUGES of the JUGES!

Acts 10:42 And Jesus commanded us to preach to the people and to certify that he was established by God to judge the living and the dead. 2 Timothy 4:1 I beseech you before God and before Jesus Christ, who must judge the living and the dead, and in the name of his appearance and his kingdom, here is what the First and the Last say to us: For those who make laws and rules against others, they will be judged in the same way by the judgment they apply to others! Ecclesiastes 3:16 I have seen again under the sun that in the established place to judge there is wickedness, and that instead established for justice there is wickedness.

Deuteronomy 32:35 To me revenge and retribution, When their foot will falter! For the day of their misfortune is near, and what awaits them will not be long. Ecclesiastes 12:14 (12-16) For God will bring all work to judgment, about all that is hidden, either good or evil. Romans 14:12 So each of us will report to God for himself.

What is the SUPREME JUGE WE DIT: "Mt 6:12 forgive us our trespasses, as we too forgive those who have offended us; Mt 6; 14 If you forgive men for their trespasses, your Heavenly Father will forgive you too; 15 But if you do not forgive men, your Father will not forgive you for your trespasses either. »

But we all know that no one is without sins before the one who we must account for! To obtain his forgiveness we must know how to forgive others! Otherwise we suffer the same condemnations or curses that we inflict on those who have offended us! Most cases men find themselves in the curse simply by that they applied a judgment and condemned those who offended them by a harsh judgment that in the end this judgment falls on themselves! That is why PARDON is the key to our own forgiveness and our PEACE! Following the video, there are two testimonies of two lived cases, and a Great Testimony of GOD himself on Forgiveness! Follow the video!

2Co 5; 18 And all this comes from God, who reconciled us with him through Christ, and who gave us the ministry of reconciliation. 19 For God was in Christ, reconciling the world with himself, not blaming men for their offenses, and he put in us the word of reconciliation. 20 So we act as ambassadors for Christ, as if God were exhorting us; we beg you in the name of Christ: Be reconciled with God!

o Testimony of the adulterous man o Testimony of the fractured woman who filed a complaint to the men's justice system! o Testimony of God and men