by Duane Bemis

Delight Yourself
Duane Bemis
Psalm 37:1-2

Do not fret because of those who are evil
or be envious of those who do wrong;
for like the grass they will soon wither,
like green plants they will soon die away.

• Fret: In the original language of, Hebrew, the word fret means; to boil up or to set ablaze. WOW! That is what fretting does inside of us. Have you ever lain down and have thoughts that just make you mad and you start boiling or even set ablaze to the point where you can't sleep? Remember that God is never the problem. The wicked seem to be winning in life but we must delight ourselves in the Lord. For in due season those who planted seeds of destruction will reap a harvest much more than they planted. So it is with the righteous who plant seeds of goodness will reap a harvest and much more that what they planted. Keep planting good seeds today and the rest of this week.

• Envious: Don't be envious as you see all the stupid, degrading, and ridiculous television reality shows and those people raking in the money. Don't waste your effort or your emotions on such things since their harvest will come in and it will not be pretty. Do you remember the show where the couple (Kate and her husband had 8 kids) and in front of the entire world they divorced and the show was removed from television. So too their money was gone also. Don't waste any brain space on being envious of such people and their perceived wealth.

• Soon wither: God will not be mocked you will reap what you sow and much more than you planted. Soon you will see what will happen to those wealthy people. Hollywood is full of stories that are tragic. Michael Jackson is just one of those stories that are sad to see what wealth cost him and he could not even enjoy it for he could not sleep. Saint, rest tonight in the peace, the love, and the sweetness of sleep that God offers. Do you have problems sleeping? Buy the audio Bible and start playing it just loud enough to hear it and go ...

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