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Please Pray For Divine Justice on too many wrongful evictions in San Francisco motivated by greedy.

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#1 far101



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Posted 05 June 2015 - 11:42 AM

Please pray for DIVINE JUSTICE on so many wrongful evictions in the city of San Francisco including mine displacing low income renters (including elderly and disable ) motivated by greedy for a much higher rent up to 5 times more the previous tenant would pay on new constructed luxury buildings to a new tenant could pay in the same place and location.

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Posted 24 June 2015 - 07:22 AM

Divine Justice.  What is that?  
The Christ said, "Verily, I say unto you, the rich man shall hardly enter into heaven." (Matt: 19:23); and followed that up with, "and again I say unto you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of Yahweh (aka God)." (Matt: 19:24)

  It appears no prayer for Divine Justice is needed as Yahweh already has it under control.

  The Christ was always, always, always in the "bring people to understanding" mode. He was moving them to a position of love instead of those facets Satan loves most: Hate, Anger, Aggrevation, Frustration, Irritaton, etc.

  REMEMBER:  In that the Christ said to follow Himself; I would appreciate anyone following Yahushua (aka Jesus); and also believing it is ok and/or allowed to do anything but love the lost; to set chapter and verse in support of the belief in this thread

  I believe this, instead of praying for justice, which truly is a waste of time, we ought to pray for the people causing the harm.

  Pray they would see the light of the Christ and turn from their ways.

  Thank you for your time.

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