In the Word, “justice” is associated with love and “judgment” with wisdom. For this reason I will present some passages to the effect that God governs the world with these two qualities.
Jehovah, justice and judgment are the support of your throne. (Psalms 89:14)
Those who wish to glory should glory in this, that Jehovah creates judgment and justice on earth. (Jeremiah 9:24)
Jehovah should be exalted because he filled the earth with judgment and justice. (Isaiah 33:5)
Judgment will flow like water and justice like a mighty stream. (Amos 5:24)
Jehovah, your justice is like the mountains of God; your judgments are like a great deep. (Psalms 36:6)
Jehovah will bring out his justice like a light, and [his] judgment like noonday. (Psalms 37:6)
Jehovah will judge his people in justice and his poor ones in judgment. (Psalms 72:2)
When I learn the judgments of your justice, seven times a day I praise you for the judgments of your justice. (Psalms 119:7, 164)
I will betroth myself to you in justice and judgment. (Hosea 2:19)
Zion will be redeemed with justice, and its returned exiles with judgment. (Isaiah 1:27)
He will sit on the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it with judgment and justice. (Isaiah 9:7)
I will raise up for David a righteous offshoot who will reign as king and execute judgment and justice on earth. (Jeremiah 23:5; 33:15)
Elsewhere we read that we ought to practice justice and judgment, as in Isaiah 1:21; 5:16; 58:2; Jeremiah 4:2; 22:3, 13, 15; Ezekiel 18:5; 33:14, 16, 19; Amos 6:12; Micah 7:9; Deuteronomy 33:21; and John 16:8, 10, 11.
from True Christianity, Section 51