Righteousness is a guiding virtue, a moral compass which leads individuals to a higher calling. Although hiccups and slip ups will occur, God’s grace will wipe away the stains of sin. Unfortunately, when the day of judgment comes, the Bible suggests there will be more souls in hell than heaven. Subsequently, those standing outside the pearly gates will likely complain about the injustice of righteousness.
Whoever has will be given more; whoever does not have, even what they have will be taken from them, Mark 4:25.
Life on earth is just as unfair as the afterlife. According to Jesus, the wealthy will continue to have while what little the poor possesses will be taken away. This is one of those passages of the Bible which leaves more questions than answers. The outsiders, anyone who does not believe in Jesus, John 14:6, and progressives won’t be pleased by Jesus’ comment. The modern day Robinhood’s might consider this teaching to be an injustice of righteousness.
He did not say anything to them without using a parable. But when he was alone with his own disciples, he explained everything, Mark 4:34.
Being left out of anything isn’t a pleasant feeling. Whether its high school, work or a social network, everyone has experienced being the odd person out. Denial, exclusion and rejection are forms of trials meant to toughen you up, James 1:2-4. Nonetheless, you can’t change the facts inside of God’s Word. In view of these truths, chose life so when your time is up, there will be no one else to blame, Deuteronomy 30:15-18.
by Jay Mankus