« Righteousness Imputed Righteousness of God, The Rings »

Righteousness of God, The

Is part of his character — Ps 7:9; 116:5; 119:137.

Described as

Very high. — Ps 71:19.

Abundant. — Ps 48:10.

Beyond computation. — Ps 71:15.

Everlasting. — Ps 119:142.

Enduring for ever. — Ps 111:3.

The habitation of his throne. — Ps 97:2.

Christ acknowledged — Joh 17:25.

Christ committed his cause to — 1Pe 2:23.

Angels acknowledge — Re 16:5.

Exhibited in

His testimonies. — Ps 119:138,144.

His commandments. — De 4:8; Ps 119:172.

His judgments. — Ps 19:9; 119:7,62.

His word. — Ps 119:123.

His ways. — Ps 145:17.

His acts. — Jdj 5:11; 1Sa 12:7.

His government. — Ps 96:13; 98:9.

The gospel. — Ps 85:10; Ro 3:25,26.

The final judgment. — Ac 17:31.

The punishment of the wicked. — Ro 2:5; 2Th 1:6; Re 16:7; 19:2.

Shown to the posterity of saints — Ps 103:17.

Shown openly before the heathen — Ps 98:2.

God delights in the exercise of — Jer 9:24.

The heavens shall declare — Ps 50:6; 97:6.

Saints

Ascribe, to him. — Job 36:3; Da 9:7.

Acknowledge, in his dealings. — Ezr 9:15.

Acknowledge, though the wicked prosper. — Jer 12:1; Ps 73:12-17.

Recognise, in the fulfilment of his promises. — Ne 9:8.

Confident of beholding. — Mic 7:9.

Upheld by. — Isa 41:10.

Do not conceal. — Ps 40:10.

Mention, only. — Ps 71:16.

Talk of. — Ps 35:28; 71:15,24.

Declare to others. — Ps 22:31.

Magnify. — Ps 7:17; 51:14; 145:7.

Plead in prayer. — Ps 143:11; Da 9:16.

Leads God to love righteousness — Ps 11:7.

We should pray

To be led in. — Ps 5:8.

To be quickened in. — Ps 119:40.

To be delivered in. — Ps 31:1; 71:2.

To be answered in. — Ps 143:1.

To be judged according to. — Ps 35:24.

For its continued manifestation. — Ps 36:10.

His care and defence of his people designed to teach — Mic 6:4,5.

The wicked have no interest in — Ps 69:27.

Illustrated — Ps 36:6.

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