The good news is that justice will happen. The truth of eternal life proves it. We believe that life changes. But it does not end. It is a time to face God. That day would come anytime, anywhere and therefore, we must be prepared for it. Also, we will all have to account for our lives. There, divine justice will prevail. Each of us will be measured and judged not by man or any other standard but by God's. This is our consolation. This is our hope.
Thus, in difficult but spiritually and salvifically necessary situations, we have reasons to endure, sustain, suffer, or even die. The hope that we have drives us to achieve our purpose to the end without being derailed or stopped though not unafraid of pain, suffering, or death. As. St. Paul says, who can separate us from God; poverty? sorrow? oppression?hunger? or death?.Nothing, nothing could and should separate us from Christ. All of these are because we have a God who is just. His Kingdom, in the end, will prevail. And those who persist in their faith will gain eternal life.