And whatever misfortune befalls you, is due to what your own hands have wrought. And He forgives many of your sins.
ISLAM, THE HOLY QUR’AN, 42:31
O My servants, I have forbidden injustice for Myself and have made it forbidden amongst you, so do not oppress one another.
ISLAM, THE HOLY PROHET (SA), HADITH OF SAHIH MUSLIM
It should be borne in mind that the basic attribute of God is mercy. Justice comes into play after reason and law have been established. Justice is also mercy in another form. When a person is bestowed reason and through it he becomes aware of the limits and laws of God Almighty, he becomes subject to the demand of justice. But for mercy there is no condition of reason and law. As God Almighty desired to exalt mankind through mercy, He laid down the rules and limits of justice. Thus it is ignorance to imagine that there is contradiction between justice and mercy.
ISLAM, THE PROMISED MESSIAH (AS), THE ESSENCE OF ISLAM – VOLUME II, P. 283
For they sow the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind.
JUDAISM, THE TANAKH, HOSEA 8:7
Do not be deceived; God is not mocked, for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.
CHRISTIANITY, GALATIANS 6:7
Even if they attain to sovereignty, the wicked, engaged in cruel deeds, condemned by all men, do not enjoy it long, but fall like trees whose roots have been severed. O dweller in darkness, as in its proper season the tree puts forth its flowers, so in the course of time evil actions produce bitter fruit.
HINDUISM, RAMAYA, ARANYA KANDA 29
An ignorant man committing evil deeds does not realise the consequences. The imprudent man is consumed by his own deeds, like one burnt by fire.
BUDDHISM, DHAMMAPADA 136