The wicked will fall into desolation

It is essential to be clear that the wicked will eventually receive their reward, stumbling and falling into the void on their own feet. God clouds his understanding, leading to his own downfall.

Asaph addresses the question of the wicked, those whose thoughts are far from God. This man understood that the tranquility and security of the wicked were based solely on an illusion, and that it would soon come to an end.

In Psalm 73, Asaph expresses his initial concern, but later experiences a change in perspective. He understands that evil men will soon fall into an abyss because of their evil.

Surely thou didst set them in slippery places: thou castedst them down into destruction.

Psalm 73:18

It is beneficial to always cling to the solid rock that is our God, believing in His power and that He frees us from the traps of exhaustion. We must ask the Lord every day to take care of us, so as not to feel envy when observing the progress of the wicked.

Walking under God’s command, we will not be exposed to desolation nor will we see our feet slip away, because our God will sustain us every day.

We must believe that God is our hope. Establish your steps before the Lord and you will be delivered.

Long life and salvation are granted to those who live in the shelter of the Most High
Refuge for the oppressed

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