“Blessings crown the head of the righteous, but violence overwhelms the mouth of the wicked.” (Proverbs 10:6 NIV)
The righteous–those living in right standing with God--will always have what they need–food for themselves and plenty to share with others.
The wicked–those who ignore God and His Word--are overcome with violent thinking which leads to violent behavior and will result in the death of them and others.
The righteous are not perfect, but are always trying to please God and are quick to repent when they mess up.
The wicked never acknowledge they are wrong and hate to be corrected.
The righteous are more apt to see the world differently–they see the possibilities for all to succeed in righteousness.
The wicked only see through the eyes of evil–always thinking about how they can obtain what does not belong to them.
The righteous hear God when He speaks and say what He says to all who will listen.
The wicked are carnal and only listen to the dictates of their flesh to determine what they do.
The righteous care for the poor and the needy and will defend their rights before God and man.
The wicked are only concerned about their rights and will violate the rights of others to get what they want and do what they want to do.
God sees the righteous and the wicked and when it rains–it rains on both. When tragedy overcomes the land, both feel the disastrous results. When there seems to be no way out of danger–the righteous seek God, while the wicked seek more wicked. Both have reservations for the end of the matter–at the end of life’s journey–heaven is reserved for the righteous and the lake of fire reserved for the wicked.
The righteous are blessed to be a blessing to others and the wicked–are cursed and cause others who follow them to be cursed as well. Which would you rather be–blessed to bless or caused to cursed?