The last 5 Psalms, 146-150, all begin with a call to “Praise the Lord.” The book of Psalms closes in a crescendo of praise. Among them, Psalm 146 calls us to praise God as a God who executes justice on behalf of the hurting and marginalized and, by implication, it calls us to be a people who work for justice. That call is central to what it means to be a follower of Jesus. But what is justice? And how can we stay committed to the work of justice for the long haul?
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