March 8, 2017
Steven F. Hotze, M.D.
Publisher, CRTX News
“He who justifies the wicked and he who condemns the righteous, both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord.” (Proverbs 17:15)
This verse makes it clear what God thinks about individuals who justify the actions of those who practice wickedness and condemn those who practice righteousness. He considers them an abomination, anathema, disgraceful, outrageous, and an atrocity.
What does it mean to justify?
It means to declare that someone or someone’s actions are morally right, good and cleared from guilt.
What does it mean to condemn? It means to denounce, revile, chastise, and rebuke and blame
What is wicked?
That which is evil, sinful, immoral, wrongful, iniquitous, corrupt, base, and vile.
What is righteous? That which is morally right and virtuous.
Look at your political leaders. Do they justify those who support killing the unborn and those who promote the perverted homosexual and transgender lifestyle? Do they condemn those who want to protect the unborn and those who hold to Biblical truth and oppose the promotion of homosexual activity, transgenderism, same sex “mirage” and moral anarchy.
Who do your elected officials hold in high esteem and praise? Who do they denounce?
God’s has established his standards in the Bible for moral behavior and conduct, what’s right and what’s wrong. They are as immutable as the law of gravity and cannot be changed. Carnal man hates God’s established laws, standards and rules, and wages war against God and against his Anointed. Read Psalm 2. Read Roman 1:18-32.
If we serve the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Jesus Christ, then let’s proudly, boldly, and courageously advance His cause in the realm of civil government and in all of life and unswervingly support elected officials who do likewise.
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