First, let us be clear that the only way anyone can be righteous is IN Christ by being clothed in HIS righteousness and made clean from sin by His blood.
I wouldn’t dare say I am good or righteous outside of the blood of Jesus Christ that covered and cleansed me of ALL sin the moment I confessed Him as my Lord and Savior.
“The righteousness of God, through faith in Jesus Christ, to all and on all who believe. For there is no difference; for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, being justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus,” (Romans 3:22-24).
So with that I say by the Spirit, “The current judgment of God is not on the righteous who are IN Christ through faith alone, not by good works. It is on the wicked and actual systems – e.g. false churches and shepherds to be exposed and fall (those who have made their beds with Jezebel – Revelations 2), corrupt government systems as well, on the wicked and those not in Christ who do evil (for them to be exposed and justice done to them, e.g. government officials imprisoned for trying to sell us to our enemies, massive pedo rings brought down and severe justice on their heads, etc.).
It’s just like during the Exodus – God is MORE than able to make a distinction between the just (righteous in Christ) and unjust. To judge what needs to be judged and PASS over us and keep us IN and despite the judgment all around us.”
Thank You, Father. Hallelujah!
You can read more about what the Holy Spirit has been speaking to me about this season of His justice in this post:
All glory to God and God alone for sharing it with me by the Holy Spirit. Who knew that what He has been speaking to us about His justice and vengeance would look like this pandemic? But we know that He can be trusted. His Word promises to keep His people alive even in the famine.
“To deliver their soul from death, And to keep them alive in famine,” (Psalm 33:19)
“They shall not be ashamed in the evil time, and in the days of famine they shall be satisfied,” (Psalm 37:19).
“He opened the rock, and water gushed out; It ran in the dry places like a river. For He remembered His holy promise, and Abraham His servant,” (Psalm 105:41-42).
“For waters shall burst forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert,” (Isaiah 35:6).