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Impartiality of God

“Then Peter opened his mouth and said: ‘In truth I perceive that God shows no partiality. “But in every nation whoever fears Him and works righteousness is accepted by Him’ ” Acts 10:34-35.

It is at this moment that the Apostle Peter acknowledges his understanding and acceptance of God’s plan to bring all people under the scheme of redemption. Peter is in the house of a Gentile, a man named Cornelius, when he comes to this realization.

Impartiality is an admirable trait in anyone; but we can take the greatest comfort in the fact that our heavenly Father shows no partiality in his assessment of our behavior and in His acceptance of us into His home, regardless of race, color, or social standing.

It is true throughout divine history that God had special relationships with some individuals and with the nation of Israel, but He had the same expectations of each one of them: He expected all of them to do what He said.

That expectation remains the same for us: if we want God to accept us and to allow us to enter the eternal home in heaven, all we have to do is to “fear Him and work righteousness.”

"Thought for the Week - 10/22/2017" Joe Norton of Arlington, Texas.