What Justice are you seeking?
In the world, there are injustices everywhere we look. These situations unfortunately are not judged by a supreme court and many times cases that have all the evidence needed, go dismissed in life…
Who will do justice for the husband or wife who went through a betrayal? Which court can compensate those who had to close their business doors, lost income and who probably won’t be able to get back to business as before? Who will do justice for those who died because of the lack of medical care?
It’s easy to say, “Well, losses are part of life, we just have to deal with it…” but this is not always the case. Although we cannot control everything that happens to us, we can fight for justice to be done by going to the right Person.
This is why throughout the 11th and 18th of April, we will be holding the Week of Justice.
In order to obtain justice for any cause, a person must be actively pursuing it. It doesn’t happen automatically, sometimes you may go to court, and use all the rights available to you.
This is what the Lord Jesus observed in the Parable of the Persistent Widow,
“And shall God not avenge His own elect who cry out day and night to Him, though He bears long with them? I tell you that He will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless, when the Son of Man comes, will He really find faith on the earth?” (Luke 18:7-8)
God is seeking those who are manifesting their faith in His justice. Therefore, it’s no use for a person to whine about their problem. Justice only comes to those who claim it. If you want to see justice happening in your life, you must approach the Divine Supreme Court.
If you acknowledge this is your situation, you will present your case before the Divine Supreme Court, which is the Altar with all your proofs. Write on a piece of paper all the injustices you’ve been facing and bring it to church between April 11th and April 18th.
The Week of Justice will be taking place at all UCKG HelpCentres.
We will also be holding prayers at midday and midnight every day this week in preparation for the ‘Cry out for Justice’.
Please come wearing your face covering and follow all social distancing guidelines.
Meeting: The Week of Justice Day: From April 11th – 18th
Please note: If you are in the high-risk group or are self-isolating, you can still participate in the service online.