While Mary Dorian was in prayer recently, she heard the Lord speak to her about what justice looks like. He told her how He will demonstrate it through His church and how there is a need to see justice from His perspective.
In Jeremiah 23:5-6 (AMPC), the Word says, “Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord, when I will raise up to David a righteous Branch (Sprout), and He will reign as King and do wisely and will execute justice and righteousness in the land. In His days Judah shall be saved and Israel shall dwell safely: and this is His name by which He shall be called: The Lord Our Righteousness.” The Hebrew name Jehovah Tsidkenu means “The Lord our Righteousness.” I believe this Scripture speaks of Jesus, “The Lord of Righteousness,” executing both justice and righteousness in the land.
Justice is different from judgment. Justice doesn’t pronounce a sentence for wrong doing but rather positions those who are weak or broken or without dignity into a place of hope and honor. An example of this is Abraham, who intervened for Sodom and Gomorrah for mercy. It was said of Abraham that righteousness/justice was imputed or given to him through faith. Justice changes the atmosphere from darkness to light.