Romans 12:19 ESV

Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.

Do Not Avenge Yourselves, but Give Place to Wrath
When we lay down the burden of vengeance, God will pick it up and carry it out. No sin will go unpunished from the God who sees all.
The Consequences of Forgiven Sin
We must not equate Gods forgiveness of our sin with the absence of painful impact. Davids life is a vivid illustration of this important truth.
Should We Pray for God to Punish Our Enemies?
The American church faces opposition that could very well increase in the days to come. As we think of how to respond, we would do well to take up one of the resources God has given us for our joyful resilience.
Will America Be Judged?
Will God judge America for its increasing corruption? John Piper considers Americas celebration of sin in the context of biblical judgment.
The Word of God Is at Work in You
Walking by the Spirit is a continual depending, praying, trusting, acting, and thanking God all out of faith.
Tolerance, Truth-Telling, Violence, and Law
How can we commend Christ to others so that they might believe?
Battling the Unbelief of Bitterness
If anger takes root in your heart and becomes a grudge or an unforgiving spirit, it can destroy you.
The Death Penalty: What Would Jesus Do?
There\'s something deeply satisfying, at the most primitive level, when the bad guy gets it.
Fighting Bitterness
Bitterness flows from a heart that feels the pain of injustice. Forgiveness flows from a heart overcome by trust in Gods justice.

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