Pour out thy wrath upon the heathen that have not known thee, and upon the kingdoms that have not called upon thy name.
It's not easy loving unlovable people. Some people do such terrible things. King David looked at evil men and felt nothing but contempt. Why should evil men prosper while good men struggled just to get by? Why should hateful women set their hearts' desires while virtuous women could hardly lift their heads? David wrestled with God's justice throughout his lifetime.
It is difficult to remember that God's justice plays itself out in eternity, not just in our lifetime. In the end of times, righteous people will prevail, while the evildoers are left out in the cold. The Lord has little desire to reward only good people and punish those who are bad. If He did that, people would follow Him for the wrong reason. God wants His children to come to Him because they love Him, not because they think it will bring them good things.
Prayer: Help me to accept the fact that bad things happen to good people, and that bad people are often prosperous. I may not like it now, but I need to keep in mind that one day each of us will receive exactly what he deserves. Amen.
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