Jesus described it as a hunger and thirst for righteousness.
Jesus’ life was the ultimate lesson in righteousness, and He has sent us a Helper to teach us to learn righteousness of Him.
For me, in my day-to-day life, to practice righteousness is to do the will of God as He works in me.
What does the Bible actually say about righteousness?
Righteousness is meant to increase in our lives. But there is only one way that can happen.
“Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.” We believe, just as Abraham did, in a real personal righteousness …
This is what defines a Christian who is serious about his/her faith.
It’s actually incredibly simple. With God, everything is direct and straightforward, with no beating around the bush.
Zeal is a good thing – when used correctly. How do you exercise your religion?
Have you thought about what righteousness entails and what its benefits are?