I remember back in elementary school having to stand up in class (while still groggy and half asleep) to recite these words:
“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
I never really gave much thought to these words but these days, “justice for all” is taking on a great meaning for me. When I think about justice, my mind usually goes straight to the Jesus’ mission found in Isaiah 61: “To heal the brokenhearted, and set the captives free…” Ever since I was a child, I’ve resonated with the principle of justice in the context of defending the broken, the needy, the poor and the abused.
I wanted to do something about the injustice.
I wanted to contribute.
I wanted to change things!
I wanted to be like Superman who stood for truth and justice.
I sensed God offering us a chance to trust Him more …
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