I know the word says He will fight those that go against us, but it doesn't seem like it because too often evil get away with their plot. It seems the wicked often overcome the righteous.
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I think God is leaving the fighting to us.....but our weapons are not worldly but spiritual and mighty and our enemy is not people but spirits and strongholds. He has given us the weapons of prayer, faith and His Word.
In the day of judgement ALL will be judged for their works. The wicked will be cast into darkness (Hell), the righteous will go to be with The Lord for eternity. Even Jesus didn't see judgement or justice done here on earth, although He taught it, He is waiting for the judgement day that only God knows the day and hour.
It may seem as such on this earth because we as humans expect immediate action to be taken on any issue, but all evil will be dealt with in God's time. I have always heard it said that God's time is not our time, not sure if that is scriptural or not, but I truly believe it.
Punishment comes to the unjust in many ways. Sometimes it may come through finances, always being bound (strongholds in their life). We as humans look at things with the natural eye. Just because you can't see the punishment doesn't mean the unjust is not reaping what they sow. You sow corn, you get corn. You sow corruption, you reap corruption. God don't have to show us how he deal with anyone. But, it is our job as Christians to pray for them regardless of what people do to us. God say bless them and not curse them. You reap blessings if You sow blessings.
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