Since the beginning of the post-modernistic era, there have long been debates on the struggle between justice and mercy in different controversial social issues. The struggle is rooted in the quote of the bible in Micah 6:8: “the Lord has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right and to love mercy.” Yet, people seem to neglect the third element unconsciously in the teaching: “to walk humbly with God.” For me, it is the essential trait of godly characters compared with justice and mercy. It doesn’t mean that doing justly and loving mercy are not as important as walking humbly. Still, I usually doubt that the existing social conflicts are not on the struggle between justice and mercy but the loss of humility in humanity. Our sinful nature is hosting the secular world.