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The Righteous Will Shine

Do not become discourage when it appears as if the wicked is prospering while you are still struggling to live from pay check to pay check.

The Psalmist felt like this. He often complained when he saw the wicked prospering.

“Surely I have cleansed my heart in vain,
and washed my hands in innocence. (Psalms 73:13)” Lamented the Psalmist.

When he saw the ungodly living in ease and getting fat in their riches, he became envious.

It was too painful for him to bear until one day when he went into the sanctuary of God and then understood the end of the wicked.

Many of us can concur with the Psalmist.

You can remain in this low state of distress wallowing in self pity or you can go into the sanctuary of God.

Which will you choose?

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