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  • Seek the Lord, all you meek of the earth; you who have been working are his judgment. Seek the just, seek the meek. So then, in some way, you might be hidden in the day of the fury of the Lord. (Zephaniah 2, 3)

  • The just Lord is in their midst; he will not do iniquity. In the morning, in the morning, he will bring his judgment into the light, and it will not be hidden. But the impious one has not known shame. (Zephaniah 3, 5)

  • Because of this, expect me, says the Lord, in the day of my resurrection in the future, for my judgment is to gather together the Gentiles, and to collect the kingdoms, and to pour out over them my indignation, all the fury of my anger. For by the fire of my zeal, all the earth will be devoured. (Zephaniah 3, 8)

  • The Lord has taken away your judgment; he has turned aside your foes. The king of Israel, the Lord, is in your midst; you shall no longer fear evil. (Zephaniah 3, 15)

  • Thus says the Lord of hosts, saying: Judge with true judgment, and act with mercy and compassion, each and every one with his brother. (Zechariah 7, 9)

  • Therefore, these are the words that you shall do: Speak the truth, each one to his neighbor. With truth and a judgment of peace, judge at your gates. (Zechariah 8, 16)

  • You have wearied the Lord with your speeches, and you have said, “In what way, have we wearied him?” In that you say, “Everyone who does evil is good in the sight of the Lord, and such as these please him,” or certainly, “Where is the God of judgment?” (Malachi 2, 17)

  • And I will approach you in judgment, and I will be a swift witness against evil-doers, and adulterers, and perjurers, and those who cheat the hired hand in his wages, the widows and the orphans, and who oppress the traveler, and who have not feared me, says the Lord of hosts. (Malachi 3, 5)

  • You have heard that it was said to the ancients: ‘You shall not murder; whoever will have murdered shall be liable to judgment.’ (Matthew 5, 21)

  • But I say to you, that anyone who becomes angry with his brother shall be liable to judgment. But whoever will have called his brother, ‘Idiot,’ shall be liable to the council. Then, whoever will have called him, ‘Worthless,’ shall be liable to the fires of Hell. (Matthew 5, 22)

  • And anyone who wishes to contend with you in judgment, and to take away your tunic, release to him your cloak also. (Matthew 5, 40)

  • For with whatever judgment you judge, so shall you be judged; and with whatever measure you measure out, so shall it be measured back to you. (Matthew 7, 2)


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