Biblical Inspiration and Christian Living
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This passage in D’varim (Deuteronomy) details how the nation of Israel should achieve justice for its inhabitants. Sadly, today, the very term “justice” has become obfuscated by those who would pervert justice to suit their own desires and agendas. Real Biblical justice is intended to be at the core of our faith! So we need to understand true Biblical justice.
A sacrifice may atone for one particular sin, but if we live consistently in justice and righteousness, there would ultimately be no need for sacrifice because sin would be averted.We are not perfect; however, and sin does creep into our lives. There is nothing greater than the sacrifice Yeshua haMashiach (Jesus Christ) made for us. He lived in perfect righteousness and justice and also sacrificed Himself on behalf of us sinners, to make atonement for us.