Psalm 37:1-2 Do not fret because of evildoers, nor be jealous of those who do injustice. 2 For they will quickly wither like the grass, and fade like the green herbs.
Throughout scripture God comforts us with these words "do not fear, fret not thyself of evildoers and do not be envious of those that daily works evil deeds" for God already knows who they are and He has a plan for them too.
God promises us, people of God that one day we will look for those that willfully do evil and we will not be able to find them.
The call to the believers today is to "STAND FIRM" in the Word of God and what we know to be true in it.
Regardless of how foolish or naive you may look to the enemy, stand firm people of God.
The truth of the matter is the Holy Spirit has already revealed them to us through scripture.
As we look around in our world today, we see acts of evil, evidence of evil and evil doers in just about every realm of life. Trust God and do good, commit your way unto the Lord, rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him.
The enemy of our mind (doubt and fear) wants us to believe that evil is winning and flourishing with the natural eyes, but God through His Word and Spirit reminds us that evil and it's doers will one day be done away with.
God never said that the "weapon called evil" won't form against us, but He did say "IT WILL NOT PROSPER"!
This is a place to take a praise break right here for God is declaring that the battle is already over before it even begins.
If God worked and moved on behalf of His people then, He is still the same God who is able to defend us today against evil and evildoers.
Evil on every hand? Trust God, get in the Word of God, meditate on it day and night, continue to pray and seek God's face, "Stand Still" with confidence that God will show up on your behalf and without a doubt, you WILL see the salvation of the Lord.
BE ENCOURAGED ON TODAY, GOD'S PEOPLE!
God bless and do tell the Lord thank you for our God, the Lord God declares to His people on today that "VENGEANCE IS MINE!"
In the words of my Pastor, Rev. Isaac J. Holt, Jr. "HIM ABLE!"