Deuteronomy 32:4; Psalm 18:30; Jeremiah 9:24; Daniel 4:37; Matthew 5:48; Revelation 15:3
“His work is perfect, for all His ways are justice.”
The temptation of Jesus came at a time after He had been in the wilderness and had fasted for forty days. He was alone, tired and hungry when Satan tempted Him. Jesus resisted Satan’s temptations. He chose not to believe Satan’s lies and instead, He obeyed His Father. Jesus’ temptation shows that God always does what is right and good. Jesus never sinned while He lived on the earth, even when faced with great temptation. God never sins. He always does what is right and all that He does is good.
God Is Just – God Gives Mercy
Every decision that God makes is perfect and completely just. He is a good judge who cannot and does not allow evil to go unpunished. This means that God must punish injustice. The problem that we all face is that we are unjust sinners. We deserve justice. God’s justice is why we need a substitute, and He sent Jesus to become that substitute. Instead of justice, those who place their faith in Jesus receive mercy.
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