How others handle justice May not be up to me; But when I react to others, I must show integrity.
—Branon Life is not fair, but God is always faithful.
Proverbs calls us “to perceive the words of understanding, to receive the instruction of wisdom, justice, judgment, and equity” (1:2-3).
Oswald Chambers said of our personal dealings with others, “Never look for justice, but never cease to give it; and never allow anything you meet with to sour your relationship to men through Jesus Christ.” When we experience unfairness, it is our privilege and responsibility as followers of Christ to respond with honesty and integrity, doing what is right, just, and fair.
It is wonderful, too, at how many points these proverbs touch life, and how intensely practical they are.
To ponder them and to follow their instruction is to live well and grandly.
It is wonderful also that while Solomon himself wandered so far from God, there is not in all his writings a single word that excuses his sins.
Everywhere he points away from the wrong path and to the right.
We can get on with living in the real world, conquer our limitations and get along with other people. House and Durham: By God's grace, the book of Proverbs enables each of us to have God's insight on how to live lives that will glorify Him; how to build up others; and how to be at peace with ourselves.
Following its precepts will bring success in business and in the home.
Through it all, Galarraga remained calm, expressed sympathy for the umpire, and never criticized him.
Armando’s refusal to retaliate amazed fans, players, and sportswriters alike.
" Some of them point to the safe path: "This is the way!