Justice and the law of divine Love

Lawmakers often struggle long and hard to make laws they feel will serve their constituents and their country well. Even so, there are times when a higher law is called for—times when justice calls for solutions that are not provided for in human law, or when the applicable law is obscure and hidden from view.

When faced with an apparently unsolvable problem, we can always appeal to God's law of divine Love for a just solution. There is no higher law. It can adjust whatever needs adjusting, even when all hope seems lost. Our appeal to divine law, though, must not be for the purpose of personal profit, advantage, or manipulation, but for the purpose of seeing God's will done in human affairs.

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