MEMBERS of the Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma have to seek God's will first if they want justice to prevail as Fiji formulates a new constitution.
The call came amid the ongoing debate on what people wanted in the constitution through their submissions to the Constitution Commission.
The women of Indian Division of the Methodist Church during their annual rally at the weekend in Toorak, Suva focused on the theme "Justice will Prevail".
Division superintendent Reverend William Lucas said the theme could not had come at a better time with the situation Fiji found itself in.
"It is important that we seek God's will if we want justice to prevail," Mr Lucas said.
He reminded more than 200 women that their problems would be solved if they lived a Christ-like life.
The Methodist Church will make their submissions to the commission at the end of the month.
Church general secretary Reverend Tevita Nawadra said their submissions would also act as guidelines to members when they made their individual submissions.
"This is to ensure members are not deprived of their plans and what they want to achieve as a whole," Mr Nawadra said.
The Constitution Commission continued to call on people to make their views heard and make suggestions on the best possible solutions to their deep-rooted problems.