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How to get the best revenge?
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Would you like to know how to get the best revenge
Would you like to know to get the best revenge?
Woe to those who plan iniquity … because it is in their power to do it. Micah 2:1
When you have power over someone. Say a teacher who demands a bribe be paid in order for a student to get a passing grade, beware. Jesus said: Seek ye not revenge, for revenge belongs to the Lord and I shall make them pay back seven times seven.” He said it, He meant it. When you abuse your authority at someone elses expense, Jesus will indeed make you pay back seven times seven.
I have seen it. When I was a tree planter a company cheated me out of a lot of money (they did to everyone) I thought of how I could get revenge. Then after reading that verse, even though it was difficult, I decided to leave it in Jesus’ hands. One morning while walking to go downtown I came upon the companies storehouse. It had been blown up. Apparently a gas leak caused an explosion that blew up almost the whole building. Everything was destroyed, trucks, equipment, computers, everything. Not only that, the explosion blew out windows in all the surrounding buildings. An insurance broker decides after an investigation it was the companies fault and they did not have to pay. The companys in those buildings sued. It almost bankrupted the cheater company. As I was standing the in awe drinking in the site of the massive damage a quiet voice seemed to say to me:” And they shall repay seven times seven.”
So beware. You may think you are untouchable, but no one is above Gods justice and when someone does you wrong, do not try to get revenge. Sincerely take it to Jesus. Ask that they repent. If they refuse then let them suffer Gods wrath.
Prayer: Oh Jehovah God my mighty avenger, please guide those who have done me wrong to repent. I know I want revenge, but move my heart to forgive and leave justice to you. In my wonderful savior Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.
May the sunshine of Jesus’ sweet love bless you today and every day.