God had informed Abraham about his plans to destroy Sodom. Abraham's reply was, "Perhaps fifty righteous persons shall be found therein. Wilt thou also destroy the righteous with the wicked. This be far from thee to destroy the righteous with the wicked. Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?" Here Abraham plainly brings God's character into focus.
Abram now brings God under obligation to follow out his nature and do what's right!
In this life we will all experience transition. This transition can also be defined as process. It's in the process that people are sharpened or quit altogether. No matter what we go through in life we can be encouraged to know that God will always do what's right!
In times you find yourself in the middle of process, trust God and know that if he has anything to do with your process, he will always do what's right towards you. In the midst of a seemingly wrong world, God will always do what's right!
"In God, there is no wrong!"
~ Pastor Ronald Wilson