Did God already resolve His Justice for this sad happening?

John Kass’s Chicago Tribune column titled, Ford, Kavanaugh, raw emotion and rule of law, ended with his question, “But when did logic and reason make for great TV or passionate politics?”

The purpose of this post is to add another aspect to this issue, that perhaps over time, God’s wisdom and justice has already taken place for both Ford, and Kavanaugh.

King Solomon, 

17 I said to myself,

“God will bring into judgment
both the righteous and the wicked,
for there will be a time for every activity,
a time to judge every deed.” (Ecclesiastes 3:17)

“Adding one thing to another to discover the scheme of things—
while I was still searching
but not finding—

“I found one upright man among a thousand,
but not one t upright woman among them all.” (Ecclesiastes 7:28)

What’s My Point?

In a previous post, I commented the only positive outcome of the media exposure will be to make illegal underage drinkers or drug participants is to not attend a party’s where alcohol and drugs are present.

However, the reality is that in our present permissive society coupled with adolescent peer pressures, boiling hormones, pornography, it is easier said than done.

Both were underage and admitted to illegally drinking beer. None of which is an excuse for the seriousness of a sexual assault. What is apparent that everyone in life will be a sinner and be judged by their Creator according to the above King Solomon verses.

So what Divine Judgement am I eluding to?

In My Opinion,

Notice that 36 years later, Ford is a mother of two sons, and Kavanaugh is a father of two girls.

Is perhaps, having to now shamefully explain to their own opposite sex children the personal consequences of their disobeying laws in their youth somehow related to a Divine Act of Justice.

You Decide

Divine Justice to produce raw emotion and the folly of youthful disobedience of the rule of law?

Regards and good will blogging.

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