Omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence belong to divine wisdom acting on behalf of divine love, not to divine love acting through divine wisdom. This is a secret from heaven that has never yet dawned on anyone’s understanding, because before this no one has known what love is in its essence, or what wisdom is in its essence, much less how the one flows into the other. Love, with everything that belongs to it, flows into wisdom and takes up residence there like a monarch of a realm or a head of a household. The actual administration of justice is something love leaves to wisdom’s judgment; and since justice relates to love and judgment to wisdom, this means that love leaves the administration of love to its [partner,] wisdom. More light will be shed on this secret in what follows. For now, the statement above will have to serve as a general rule.
The following words in John mean that God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent through the wisdom of his love:
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. All things were made by it, and nothing that was made came about without it. In it there was life, and that life was the light for humankind. And the world was made by it; and the Word became flesh. (John 1:1, 3, 4, 10, 14)
In this passage “the Word” means divine truth or, what amounts to the same thing, divine wisdom. This is why the Word is also called “life” and “light,” since life and light are nothing but wisdom.
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, Sections 50, 51