Seeking Social Justice
It’s just not fair. As people made in the image of God, there is an innate characteristic embedded in all of us that causes us to seek fairness or, in other words, JUSTICE. If you’ve ever read and studied the Bible, you might have noticed that God, Himself, is a seeker and deliverer of justice. The definition of true justice is things being made right and equitable. There’s a phrase often used in our culture today called SOCIAL JUSTICE. You might be wondering what that means and how you can play a part as it relates to social justice.
What the Bible Says about Social Justice
The Bible shares several examples of social justice. From Jesus’ story of the Good Samaritan to the selection of deacons in Acts chapter 6 to ensure that the Greek widows were getting meals. As Christians, we have a calling to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. And sometimes, that means that we need to stand up for the rights - for justice - for others. If you’d like to learn more about how you can make a difference in someone else’s life through social justice, go ahead and click to get connected.Get Connected