In the days of the Old Testament under the law it was eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth. Today it seems that it is not much different, do unto others as they have done unto you; render good for good and evil for evil. It is true that we should be agents of good, but should we also be agents of evil?
“Those to whom evil is done, do evil in return.” – Bible or Not?
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I was recently watching The History Channel and discovered a new quote for Bible or Not. We find the concept of the justice of God, that you reap what you sow, quite clearly in the Bible.
“They sow the wind, and reap the whirlwind.” – Bible or Not?
Today’s quote was made famous during World War II, but who said it? Did it come from the Bible, or Not?
It’s raining in New Jersey today…on everyone…the just and unjust alike. We have all likely heard the quote:
“It rains on the just and the unjust.”
Let me get right to the point. Although these are not the exact words, this is from the Bible. Here is what we find in the Gospel of Matthew.
“[He] sends rain on the just and on the unjust.” – Matthew 5:45 NKJV
The “He” is parenthetical because this is only the second half of the statement in verse 45. The entire quote goes this way: