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God's justice indeed must be satisfied; and there is no way in the world to give satisfaction to God, but by believing in Christ.

    Author: Ralph Erskine

A man may well be condemned, not for doing something, but for doing nothing.

    Author: William Barclay

Forgiveness on the part of God always has a judicial basis, not an emotional basis, and represents an attitude of God based upon the satisfaction of His righteousness in some way.

    Author: John F. Walvoord

The Incarnation through the death of Christ makes it possible for God to be "just, and the justifier of him that believeth in Jesus." If God should be merciful without the satisfaction of justice, He would cease to be a God of justice and would thus forfeit His throne of righteousness. In a word, He would cease to be God.

    Author: A.C. Dixon

You are not going to be lost when you get to hell. If you are without Christ, you are lost right now. Your trial is already over. You've already been sentenced. You're just waiting for execution morning to roll around.

    Author: Lester Roloff

If a man gets drunk and goes out and breaks his leg so that it must be amputated, God will forgive him if he asks it, but he will have to hop around on one leg all his life.

    Author: D.L. Moody

God in his infinite mercy has devised a way by which justice can be satisfied, and yet mercy can be triumphant. Jesus Christ, the only begotten of the Father, took upon himself the form of man, and offered unto Divine Justice that which was accepted as an equivalent for the punishment due to all his people.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: Expiation, Sermon 561, Isa. 53:10.

I feel that if God should smite me now, without hope or offer of mercy, to the lowest hell, I should only have what I justly deserve; and I feel that if I be not punished for my sins, or if there be not some plan found by which my sin can be punished in another, I cannot understand how God can be just at all: how shall he be Judge of all the earth, if he suffer offenses to go unpunished?"

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: Expiation, Sermon 561, Isa. 53:10.

When men talk of a little hell, it is because they think they have only a little sin, and believe in a little Saviour; it is all little together. But when you get a great sense of sin, you want a great Saviour, and fell that, if you do not have Him, you will fall into a great destruction, and suffer a great punishment at the hands of the great God.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: Joy Hindering Faith, 38.512.

When God balances the scales morally, it is not some standard outside Himself He looks at and then determines whether this is right or wrong. But rather it's His very nature, it is His very character and nature that is the standard by which He judges.

    Author: Josh McDowell
    Source: Attributes of God

Fit or not fit--we must all die, and we know not how soon. As death leaves us, the judgment must find us.

    Author: William Tiptaft

When justice is divorced from morality, when rights of individuals are separated from right and wrong, the only definition you have left for justice is the right for every individual to do as he pleases. And the end of that road is anarchy and barbarism.

    Author: John Piper

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