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Antonyms for unrighteousness

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For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, because that which is known about God is evident within them; for God made it evident to them.
But to describe the necessity of that grace, Paul speaks about what happens in its absence: "For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness (impietatem) and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth" (1:18).
And he affirms that "the difficulty [...] is not to avoid death", but to escape from doing wrong: "to avoid unrighteousness" (Apology 363-364)--which, in Leopardi's predicament, meant to cease trying to escape death (or the dangers of cognition) through writing, and to start living."
As they fell in the past, so will nations fall in the present age, and so will they fall in the future ages to come, the result of their unrighteousness" (p.281).
But if we confess our sins, God who is faithful and just will forgive our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness," w.
By unrighteousness man prospers, gains what appears desirable, conquers enemies but perishes at the root"(The Crisis of Civilization)
7[:1-5]) in rooting out sin, unrighteousness, and the transgressor of the law alike, so also has Christ reversed all this in his grace.
Russell's letter, marked "Top Secret" and "Confidential", proceeded to tell Butler: "I can see no merit in taking to ourselves this mammon of unrighteousness [meaning Nkrurnah] or in trying to gain a spurious popularity by walking hand in bloody hand with the assassin of our friends.
Jesus still calls his church to be prophetic, to take a stand for social justice, and to oppose unrighteousness. It cannot do this freely if it receives money from the state.
This gives the writer occasion to remark that "for by what things a man transgresses, by the same he is also punished." (This application is actually found in the 'testament of Gad 5:10.) It was the pleasure accompanying the sex act that lured youthful Reuben into succumbing to the most, emphatic of the "seven spirits of Behar" (sexual wrongdoing, insatiate desire, fighting, flattery and trickery, arrogance, lying in destruction and jealousy, and unrighteousness) that lure humans to moral tumbles (378) to the point of lapsing into idolatry.
"When the followers of unrighteousness are united in their unrighteous path, why should not we go united in our right position when dealing with global challenges," Mursi said.
Dharma (righteous conduct) and adharma (unrighteousness) are spelled out in the Dharmashastras, and as noted above, right and wrong conduct are guided by one's station in life and by the social class one belongs to.