The parable of the widow and the unjust judge

Luke 18: 1-8 18: 1

Christ also told a parable about the poverty of always raising prayers and not misleading, 18: 2 and said: There was a judge in a city who did not fear the Lord nor did he respect man. 18: 3 And there was a widow in the town who came up to him and said, Make me law for my competitor. 18: 4 And he would not lack a period; But after this he said to himself: Although I do not fear Christ, neither do I respect men, 18: 5, because this widow bothers me, I will make law with her, because she will not empty my tolerance by constantly coming. 18: 6 And Lord said, Hear what the unjust judge has recited. 18: 7 and will not Christ justify his chosen ones, who cry out to him day and night? Will it take time to answer them? 18: 8 I tell you that he will make a law for you soon. But when the Son of Man comes, will he find faith in creation?


This narration of the widow and the unjust judge is often made circumstance to relieve that we must be persistent in prayer when we ask Jehovah for little and we have not accepted him, however the key is in verses 1 and 8, yes, Messiah wants. to teach us a little deeper, and it is the call to stay on the adjusted route, to enter through the narrow door that leads to eternal existence. If we look at verse 7, and won’t Jesus make law to his chosen ones, who cry out to him day and night? Will it take time to answer them? And instantly we look at verse 8, where I say that it will soon make them law, however the question arises when we try to observe the thread with “but when the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth? “And this refers to his second coming, then, What conviction are we talking about? It is the faith of the persistence of the saints, who we have before us meanwhile we are pilgrims here on earth. Hebrews 11: 6 says: “But without faith it is difficult to delight Jehovah; because it is inevitable that those who approach the Most High believe that he is there and that it is retribution for those who seek him ”, note that faith is the way we receive through the gift of Messiah to accept salvation and that no one should boast ( Ephesians 2: 8-9), and since we cannot ascertain the Lord alone, we must ask Christ for the faith we need to contemplate Messiah at his second arrival and receive his saints. In Matthew 24: 11-13, “and many false prophets will arise and deceive many; and because evil has increased, many loves will grow cold. But the one who perseveres even the limit, he will be saved, ”and if we look at Matthew 24: 37-39,“ But as in the days of Noah, so comes the coming of the Son of Man. “Because they eat and drink, marry and marry in the days before the river, including the day that Noah entered the ark, and they did not even understand that the river came and took them all away, then it will also come from the Son of Man “, that is why it is important to ask the Lord for the faith that will help us to remain in this perverse conception, where wheat and grass grow (Matthew 13: 24-30), because in the final judgment, the righteous will go to the eternal life, and those who disobey the word of Jehovah to indestructible punishment. It is not understandable to be a Christian at this time where we see the good news preached,

Helpful Hint: Read Matthew 24, Luke 17: 20-37

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