The justice of God is demonstrated throughout the Revelation of Jesus Christ. This text gives five characteristics that help us better understand what God has revealed about it.
John sees the heavenly sanctuary of the tent of the testimony and seven angels dispatched having been given the bowls of God's wrath to be poured out on the earth.…
God’s seal is sure in the care of His people, His mercy is abundant toward those He brings to repentance and His judgment is fixed and final toward the wicked.
In a world fallen in sin, the gospel calls and enables God’s people to look to Him for life and godliness.
God sets Joseph apart from His brothers in righteousness, favor and revelation.
Jesus came to fulfill the law of God in essence, in life and in death as a substitute for sinners who have transgressed against Him.
The Servant of the Lord imputes His righteousness to His people.
God’s righteousness is revealed in His sovereign mercy extended to undeserving sinners. Justification is by faith because it solely rests on God’s election based upon His promises.