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Justice and Judgment

God's judgment is a good thing that will bring healing to the planet—and us.

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Introduction

I. We can flourish today despite desperate circumstances.

II. The world as we know it will not continue.

III. God's future transformation of us has already begun.

IV. Three observations about the coming judgment

  1. We have a God who sees.
  2. We have a God who experienced our judgment for us.
  3. Because we have a God who judges, we are now able to forgive others

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