The LORD watches over all who love him, but all the wicked he will destroy. Psalm 145:20
Who are the wicked?
The wicked are those who refuse to acknowledge God and certainly won’t live according to His principles.
The wicked see no wrong in doing anything that appeals to their flesh.
The wicked see no wrong in doing anything that makes them look superior to others.
The wicked have no conscience and therefore, they see no wrong in anything they do.
The wicked have no heart to love, just a soulless void that can only be filled with hate.
The wicked care nothing for others and enjoy the plights of the poor.
The wicked do not even honor their own; when one falls into depravity the rest look on with envy and jealous, never mindful of the end results.
So who watches over the wicked? The sworn enemy of God is their overseer and he delights in their depraved thoughts and actions and when one falls to the bottom of the pit of pitiful, the enemy laughs and moves on to the next one—who doesn’t have a clue or a spine. These are the wicked.
But the Lord watches over those who love Him and even when it seems like one of us is about to fall, an angel by direction of Love swoops in makes sure we do not utterly fall. Those who love God acknowledge Him, praise Him, worship Him and most importantly—obey Him. We obey by loving others—even when they are unlovable and cannot return the love. We love each other enough to respect and honor one another. We love each other enough to be considerate of each other. We love each other enough to tell each other the truth of any matter. We love each other enough to give sound advice and direction in all things. We love each other enough to hurt when one of us hurts, to rejoice when another rejoices and to comfort those who are grieving. Love never takes pleasure in the injustices that many suffer at the hands of a few.
The wicked are not so—they love to see injustice prevail over those who cannot stand for righteousness on their own. And God knows—those who are His and He gives strength to weak, and rest to the weary. He give courageous where there was none and determination to fight through to the end. He gives us boldness that overrides the boldness of the enemy and puts him to shame. He gives us hope—that we will endure to continue the journey upon which God has started us. He gives us love when we were unlovable and forgiveness for our sins. His grace and mercy shall surely follow us all the days of our lives!
What then will follow the wicked?
Who is watching over you and guiding your thoughts?