Impartial

<<fair, unbiased>>

God has no favourites and so, if we meet the conditions of faith and obedience, He will move on our behalf regardless of our nationality, social standing or any other factors (Mt 9:29; Act 10:34,35; Rom 2:11; Col 3:11).  Thus live a holy, obedient life and study the Bible so you know the divine resources and promises that are available and can be claimed by one living in right relationship to God who likes to give good things to His children (Mt 7:11).

“He sends the rain on the righteous and unrighteous alike” (Mt 5:45). All God’s ways and judgment are just (Deut 32:4; Dan 4:37; Rev 15:3). He declares those that sin will die, yet promises to save all who confess and repent; “Everyone who calls on the name of Jesus will be saved” is the

God does't show favouritism, nor should                                                     we – James 2:1

promise of Scripture (Jer 31:30; Ezek 18:4,20,21,24,26; Joel 2:32; Act 2:21). Thank the Lord, “Whoever believes will be saved” (Mk 16:16; Jn 6:37, 10:9; Rev 22:17). God only sees two types of people; those covered by the blood of Jesus and those still walking independently of the offer of salvation.

The opponents of Jesus recognised Him as being impartial, and we are to live without favouring one above another (Mt 22:16; 1 Tim 5:21; Jas 2:1-11). Sometimes we think life is unfair, however in the end we will recognise how blessed we have been to be in the care of the impartial One.

See also: fairness, favouritism, justice, promises, unfair. 


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