It would be a show to all that we have learned our lesson, if replacing trial and sentencing for the crime committed with paying it backwards as a part of the legal system. However, it would never work because you can not do wrong, and then for the next twenty years just live as a model citizen to pay it backwards on your own accord. No, you have to come face your crime according to the law, and let a trial of your peers with the appropriate sentencing be rendered to you: now you can start to pay it backward for those you hurt so that they know it was you that did it. In the same manner as there are some serious crimes that have no statute of limitations in most states, there are some serious acts against God that also have no statute of limitations in the kingdom of God. In the world system you may have somehow gotten away with committing a murder for a number of years, but when you are eventually captured, there is no credit given to you for being such a great neighbor next door for all of those number of years you were able to avoid capture. In the kingdom of God, you may have gotten away with committing a sin by living your life forward; however, when the time comes to be before God, there will be no more getting away with it. We may have dressed the sin all up to make it appear all holy, but it still is, what it is, no matter how long you get to live in it. Doing Right In That Which Is Wrong, Call It A Day.
In the world system, we have to serve out our time to fulfill our debt to society; and although the criminal may show sincere regret for what was done, time to serve must be done away from the freedoms of society. Those of us who are of the kingdom of God as we are living here on earth, we don’t usually fulfill our debt for sin to the kingdom just yet; for that day of judgement is coming. And although the sin committed is of no doubt to many who gather regularly with the one who did commit the sin; unlike in the world system, time to serve may not commence for quite some years or decades. If the sin committed is of the chronic nature, that is, it will continue to prevail until that day of judgement comes unless the act it self is undone; thereby, the one who did commit the sin is likely to live on in it amongst all while enjoying the freedoms of the act. When a convicted criminal goes off to jail, the life of the criminal may come to a stop in a manner of speaking; however, family, friends and neighbors lives will develop on to which most of their development the criminal will miss ongoing. Now to the one who did commit the sin against the kingdom of God, that one will for the immediate future go off to no confinement, and the life of the one who did commit the sin will go on as it is known along with family, friends, and neighbors with lives continuing to develop. The difference between the two is that the criminal in confinement already knows ongoingly along with his family, friends, and neighbors that they are all already missing out on each others’ lives. However, the one who did commit the sin that still prevails over family, friends, and neighbors because the act itself remains undone; the one who did commit the sin does not already know the depth of the fall in which all are being set up to endure without notice. We of the kingdom of God, specifically the members of the Body of Christ, we must not misuse or take for granted the leniency of our Heavenly Father. No one will becoming from the Kingdom of God to arrest us yet; however, one day when it’s too late we may wish that someone had come to arrest us back to order. Now go and undo that which still prevails over your life, and know what you need to know ongoing. Doing Right In That Which Is Wrong, Call It A Day.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.