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The apostle John wrote that if we confess our sins, God is faithful to forgive our sins and purify us from unrighteousness (1 John 1:9).
In an outburst of hubris the overfed body will rush into sickness, while the jack-in-office will rush into the unrighteousness that hubris always breeds.
Justification, as a transition from disfavor and unrighteousness to favor and righteousness in God's sight, is totally God's work.
Since this theology seems to be in deliberate conflict with aspects of so-called Deuteronomic tradition (which says that righteousness leads causally to flourishing, and only unrighteousness brings impoverishment), it seems likely that Job is later and represents the experience of oversimplification in earlier tradition.
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.
Christ had no home in Bethlehem and many of our fellow citizens are homeless because of the unrighteousness of men; hundreds of thousands of people have emigrated to seek a better quality of life because of the difficulty of living in this country and the insecurity; others are attempting to leave the land of their forefathers, the land sanctified by the mystery of the Incarnation of God.
In this chapter Paul addresses believers in the church in Rome who, although they knew God, suppressed the truth in unrighteousness (v.
Whenever there appears A languishing of Righteousness (dharma) When Unrighteousness (adharma) arises Then I send forth [generate] myself.
he is content if only he can live his own life and be pure from evil or unrighteousness, and depart in peace and good-will with bright hopes.
Chants filled the room praising the judge's decision and calling upon the justice system to save the country from unrighteousness.
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Here are the words as they appear: You shall do no unrighteousness in judgement, in measures of length, of weight, or quantity.
That led to the codification for the first time of the "Ten Abominations:" rebellion, sedition, treason, contumacy, depravity, irreverence, impiety, discord, unrighteousness, and incest.
This verse is severely consequentialist: it weighs the loss of one man's life against the generations of Nephi's posterity who will waste away in unrighteousness if they do not possess the brass plates.
woeful decays of faith and charity, threatening us with a deluge of divine wrath ready to break in upon us for the ungodliness and unrighteousness of men.