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The Trial of Our Faith

During trials of our faith will prosecutors have evidence to convict us of faithlessness and disobedience, or will defense attorneys recommend dismissal with evidence of faithfulness and obedience?

What are your thoughts on someone being arrested on false charges from planted evidence by those who took an oath to serve and protect? The man’s court appointed attorney was aware of false charges, but he did not get paid enough to represent him in a trial.

The attorney instead coerced his client to accept a plea deal instead of a longer sentence he perhaps would receive from the judge in a trial.

Sadly, we read about cases being overturned thirty and forty years after individuals have been incarcerated while the real justice system criminals and those who took an oath to protect and serve continue living with their freedom, so they believe, but Judgment Day might be closer than we anticipate looking at the state of the world.

We are all aware of injustices happening in courtrooms and behind chambers doors. However, our righteous Judge God; our appointed defense Attorney Jesus, and our jury the Holy Spirit will set things right.

Earth is the courtroom; God sees everything that happens and His facts-findings at our hearing will be presented. For every idle word and action, we SHALL give account on Day of Judgment (Matthew 12:36-37).

Our faith and obedience to God will be evidence considered at our eternal sentencing. There will be no injustices, no plea deals, no favoritism, or socioeconomic differences and no planted evidence!

There is nothing in all creation that is hidden from God’s sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before Him to whom we must give account (Hebrews 4:13).

For that ye ought to say, If the Lord will, we shall live, and do this, or do that. But now ye rejoice in your boastings: all such rejoicing is evil. Therefore, to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.” (James 4:13-17)

Will facts-finding give us freedom in Heaven, or condemnation in Hell?

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