Tuesday, August 4

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    Tuesday, August 4

    Jehovah . . . has firmly established his throne for justice.

    Ps. 9:7.

    The Mosaic Law limited the possibility that a person would be falsely accused of a crime. A defendant had the right to know who was accusing him. (Deut. 19:16-19; 25:1) And before he could be convicted, at least two witnesses had to give evidence.

    (Deut. 17:6; 19:15)

    What about an Israelite who committed a crime that was seen by only one witness? He could not assume that he would get away with his wrongdoing. Jehovah saw what he did. Yes, Jehovah sets the perfect example; nothing he does is unfair. He rewards those who loyally uphold his standards, but he punishes those who abuse their power.

    (2 Sam. 22:21-23; Ezek. 9:9, 10)

    Some may act wickedly and seem to escape punishment, but when Jehovah determines that the time is right, he brings them to justice. (Prov. 28:13) And if they do not repent, they soon learn that “it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.”

    Heb. 10:30, 31.

    w19.02 23-24 ¶20-21

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