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The victims of injustice in our world do not need our spasms of passion; they need our long obedience in the same direction - our legs and lungs of endurance; And we need sturdy stores of joy.
Justice is doing for others what we would want done for us.
Nothing happens just because we are aware of modern day slavery, but nothing will ever happen until we are.
God has a plan to help bring justice to the world - and his plan is us.
If you're wrestling with some sort of decision, reflect for a moment and ask yourself, Am I being brave, or am I being safe? In the end, it depends on whether we think God can be trusted.
Jesus wants to give you five things: extravagant compassion, moral clarity, sacrificial courage, persevering hope, and refreshing joy.
There is an awesome God of justice who is ready to move in power if you move in obedience.
God does not give His people a ministry for which He does not give them the power to do it.
Victims of oppression & injustice don't need our spasm of passion....they need our legs & lungs of endurance.
One of the biggest regrets of life, I think, is a sense of having gone on the trip but missed the adventure.
We can help the work of justice by preparing for a marathon, not a sprint. A long obedience in the same direction
Decide justice is worthy and refuse to go away.
Let us start with the biggest no brainer of injustice in the world and that is slavery.
Leaders lead out of who they are on the inside.
We must start talking differently about poverty--and start doing something differently.
God does His miracles of transformation through miraculously transformed people.
Half the Sky: Turning oppression into opportunity for women worldwide
Mother Teresa said that she couldn't imagine doing her work for more than thirty minutes without prayer. Do you and I have work that we can't imagine doing for thirty minutes without prayer?