“Will not the judge of the world do right, for all His ways are just (Gen 18:25; Deut 32:4). He doesn’t want anyone to perish in hell, but everyone come to repentance and live in heaven (2 Pet 3:9). The offer of salvation is all-inclusive – “whoever believes in Him…” but also exclusive – “whoever does not believe…” (Jn 3:16,18). Whether a person is doomed to a lost eternity or enjoys the magnificence of heaven is dependent on their personal choice. Likewise, the blessings and promises of God are equally available to all – yet dependent on the individual obeying His directives (Deut 28:1,2,15).
He will judge the world in righteousness and fairness with complete impartiality (Ps 9:8; Isa 11:3-5).
be honest, truthful and fair in our relationships and business dealings
Fairness is treating everyone the same
(Prov 11:1, 16:11). Jesus said, “Do to others what you would like done to you in return” (Mt 7:12). Respect other people; don’t take advantage of their naivety or lack of experience. “In the same measure you give, you will receive back” reaping as we have sown (Mt 7:2; Gal 6:7,8). We are not to show favouritism or accept bribes, instead treat and respect people equally, regardless of their social or economic status, gender or beliefs (Ex 23:3,8; Jas 2:1-9).
When you think God or life in general is unfair towards you don’t become bitter, rather use these experiences as bricks of life to build a structure of character, worth and honour to Jesus. Have you considered those in war-ravaged countries, those without sufficient food, adequate shelter, medical attention and other necessities of life? It is the responsibility of those with a surplus to share (Prov 3:27; 2 Cor 8:14; 1 Tim 6:17-19). We live in an imperfect world, with many injustices; be thankful to God for what you have, especially eternal salvation.
Jesus committed Himself to the one who always and in every situation judges fairly (1 Pet 2:23). Aren’t you glad you have the same loving heavenly Father.