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Christianity: True Justice Essay

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Zechariah 7:9-10, “Execute true justice, show kindness and mercy to each other. And do not oppress the widow or orphan, the sojourner or poor. And do not plot evil against each other, says the Lord.” This is true justice. God calls us on this earth to love, care, show kindness and mercy to one another. As i saw on a picture with a little boy holding up a sign saying “When the power of love overcomes the love of power, then the world will know peace.” It is impossible to be in favor of justice for some people and not be in favor of justice for all people. That is why we cannot rely upon the silenced to tell us they are suffering and at any given point we the people have the power to say: ...view middle of the document...

There are 30 organizations that are cooperated by the effort of the United nation, known together as the U.N. systems. The United nations and its party of organization systems work together to show dignity towards human rights, gender equality, helping the advancement of women, protecting the world we live in(environment), fighting to reduce disease and reduce poverty. For example, when fighting seems to occur between nations, the United Nations council is the first to step into the situation and and bring it to and end by all means possible. Along with that, the United Nations give the opportunity for peacemaking developments to step into the areas that are in trouble and help reduce tension. Through this the peacemaking development make much effort to separate opposite forces to invest a condition for a renewable area for peace after agreements have been reached. Since 1990’s, several conflicts all around the world were stopped to an end through the United Nations Self-examination or the power of many supporting third parties taking initiative to act beside the United Nations. The United Nations has faithfully devoted itself to turn from culture of “reaction” to “Prevention.” The United Nations peacemaking capacity, is becoming more stronger and wholehearted to the organization of proceeding preventive negotiations and to also helping support the Mediation system. U.N. Even though there are many more efforts the U.N. gives to provide justice around the world, just by stopping argument with our brothers and sisters in Christ is the first step to bring justice around the world and be examples to help other places pursue justice as well. This is why i feel the United Nations is the best tool for justice around the world. “Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as the ones who are.”

BRIC nations is the second most important area for executing justice in this world and here is why. For one thing, India, China and many more up growing economies advance to lead a very strong and firm growth to help prevent the economy in the world to sink down into a deep hole and painful downturn. However, BRIC nations were suppose to be the saviors of global economy, as the beginning of 2014 starts, several markets are the ones who need saviors. There are stockholders that are leaving their markets from Latin America to Asia, and as they are doing this they are taking with them a few things such as currencies, stock and sentiments. The precious money that was good has now been betted on the nations that are very wrecked, injured, and broken. At the same time, many stock markets that have been involved with China and the U.S. have moved up the scale, however, the ones in the developing world have sunk into a deep hole. Further more, there is much to see for the reason to why so many soared on emerging economies. Their hope for advancement wasnt what they thought it would be. As a whole,, China without a doubt the biggest out of...

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