Justice rolling like a river: the fight for clean water in Kenya

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http://salpasafarit.fi/?kalimo=forex-kazanmak-m%C3%BCmk%C3%BCn-m%C3%BC&210=d6 “But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever flowing stream.”

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http://www.hamburg-zeigt-kunst.de/?biudet=bin%C3%A4r-optionen-h%C3%BCtchenstrategie&e1c=87 I know there is a much wider story here but it has always intrigued me why Amos chose water as a symbol of justice and righteousness. The back story to this commonly quoted verse in social justice spheres is quite clear but this reference is to water is fascinating. Israel appears to be a strong, prosperous people and doing all the things it is supposed to be doing, but God (and Amos) knows that this is just a big, fat front. Beneath the facade of their perceived faithfulness lays corruption, abuse, and greed. This brings wealth and power to some at the expense of others and this makes Amos really, really angry. He rebukes the Israelites strongly for their failure to keep the covenant, which is rooted in justice, and attacks their hypocrisy and their lack of compassion for others. And then he finishes his outburst by uniting justice and waters in the same sentence. They immediately become metaphorical and significant partners! Continue reading “Justice rolling like a river: the fight for clean water in Kenya”