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permit and enjoin each judge to execute justice within his own jurisdiction.
All they can do is cry out to God and hope that someday God will execute justice on their behalf.
The days are surely coming, Jeremiah says, when a righteous branch will rise up to execute justice and righteousness in the land.
If the terrorists showed themselves to be cold-blooded liquidators, the authorities should execute justice in cold blood too.
Again and again, the biblical texts say: "The Lord has made you king to execute justice and righteousness" (1 Kings 10:9; Jeremiah 22:15-16).
A gay prosecutor (Jim Frangione) is trying to execute justice and stave off the breakup of his marriage with boy toy Bernard (Noah Bean).
At the same time it asks me, it demands of me, not only that I do not execute justice myself, but even that I renounce legitimate self-defense, except in very narrowly circumscribed cases.
Persisting in the idea that the judicial process is unjust, parties frequently execute justice themselves, with subsequent enormous consequences for social order.
Second, among the results of the Davidic king's reign is that he "shall execute justice (mishpat) and righteousness (tsedaqah) in the land" (v.
He is the "righteous Branch," and "he shall reign as king and deal wisely, and shall execute justice and righteousness in the land" (Jeremiah 23:5).
Because your God loved Israel and would establish them forever, he has made you king over them, that you may execute justice and righteousness" (2 Chr 9:8).