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  • Writer's pictureOlufunmilayo Adekusibe



Today’s Reading:

Psalm 22:1-15, Prov.20:1-29, Matt. 15:1-9


It is apparently clear that no one who acts unlawfully will go unpunished. This is the understanding of the friends of Job as all of them believed no sinner goes unpunished. A lot of questions are raised, when the righteous suffer and wicked people enjoy and control the affairs of the world. They hold prestigious offices in politics, they are found among the traditional rulers. In business offices and educational settings, they are there controlling. It seems as if they are the ones controlling all the good offices that earn them power, money and high esteemed positions.

Righteous and godly people suffer for their godliness. They are being punished and reduced to the lowest level because of their faithfulness and truthfulness, but at the end of it all the Bible says “Tell the righteous it will be well with them, for they will enjoy the fruit of their deeds. Woe to the wicked! Disaster is upon them! They will be paid back for what their hands have done”. ( Isa 3:10-11). God knows the end from the beginning (Isa.46:10), it is, therefore, advisable for righteous people to stand and endure to the very end; it is then they enjoy the benefits of their sufferings. (James 1:12).




1. God, grant me the grace to endure the trial of life, in Jesus’ name.

2. God, cause the wicked ones to see your lordship, in Christ Jesus.

3. God, let salvation flow into the life of every leader and follower of the nation, in Jesus’ name.

4. God, let your Kingdom come, in the name of Jesus.

5. God, make life easy for your children to stand for you to the end, in Jesus name.

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