Its sanctions are instantaneous
April 5th 2014
It is certainly possible to evade human justice, but it is impossible to evade divine justice, for even if it is not seen to be exercised on the guilty, it affects them inwardly. There are criminals who have always managed to evade human justice, but as every act has repercussions for the person who commits it, inside they are in a state of collapse: their psychological state, even their health, all begins to deteriorate. On the face of it, they may in some respects continue to do well, but they gradually fall apart, because it is what is inside that sustains and feeds the whole of a human being’s structure, and if the inside disintegrates, the outside will also eventually collapse. That is how divine justice manifests, and even if its sanctions are not immediately visible, they are instantaneous: the moment someone transgresses, something inside them darkens and comes apart. It may take years for this deterioration to appear outwardly, but inwardly something is already disintegrating.