My beloved children in Christ, I greet and bless you all in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I am delighted to meet you all on this day August 20th through this daily Auspicious Word program. Are you eagerly waiting for what Mangala Vaarthai the Lord has for us today? Some of you are getting ready to go to the court or police station this morning. I must check on the status of the case against me. Children of God who are anticipating this justice but have not yet received it. You will experience God’s justice today.
Let us read Psalms 9:8 “He shall administer judgment for the people in uprightness.” God’s children who are grieving because justice was not served to you. God will administer judgment to the people of the world in uprightness. He will judge fairly. No one can cheat God; false witnesses cannot stand before God. God is aware of fake witnesses are presented before Him. Today you are standing before a God who ministers judgment in uprightness. When Solomon was King two mothers were admitted for childbirth, and both delivered babies at the same time. Imagine they are in adjacent beds, one woman’s son died in the night, so she arose in the middle of the night and took the son who was alive, while his mother slept, laid him next to her, and laid her dead child next to the other mother. This case came to Solomon’s court. The challenge was to find out who was the real mother of the son who was alive, as each woman claimed the child to be hers. They kept arguing, “The living one is my son, and the dead one is your son.”
Solomon could not confirm who was the real mother. Solomon had earlier prayed, “Give me wisdom and knowledge, that I may go out and come in before this people; for who can judge these great people of Yours.” And God had given him a wise heart. King Solomon asked the servant to bring a sword, “Divide the living child in two, and give half to one, and half to the other.” He said this because the real mother would say to give the living child to her. To find this out he said this. When the sword was brought to divide the child, the real mother cried out, “O my lord, give her the living child, and by no means kill him!” Solomon was now able to confirm who the real mother was and gave the baby to her. She received justice. If God can enable a King to deliver fair judgment, won’t He be able to do justice when He comes to you directly?
The Bible says He intercedes for you. He fights for you. He is the One who accomplishes everything for you. Have you not been treated fairly at your workplace? God will make things right for you today. God will make amends for any injustice you may have experienced in your ministry. If you don’t feel that you’ve been treated fairly in your workplace or place of study, God will make things right. If you haven’t experienced justice in your family, God will make things right. You will begin to experience blessings after God administers justice.
Prayer: Dear Lord, we thank You. Lord My children and I have not received justice, and I have not been treated fairly in my place of employment. I have no one to uphold my rights. The Bible says, “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.” Do justice quickly for my children. Do it for them before their hearts are crushed. Before they go into depression, do it for them. Build their lives. Build their businesses. Build their ministry. Build their education. Work Wonders! In Jesus’ Name. Amen.