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For I was envious of the boastful, When I saw the prosperity of the wicked.  Psalm 73:3

When a man of God errs and acknowledges his mistake, many people despair and feel angry at his confession, as if it were ugly and disastrous. Worse is to walk in sin when everyone considers them a holy person, and never admit their real condition. Although no one knew of this person’s transgression, the Omniscient knew, and so did the devil. By not confessing or getting rid of iniquity, such person may fall into disgrace and never recover.

Asaph was a successful man. He was used to write many beautiful and inspiring Psalms, but he was jealous and began to pay a high price. But his words have inspired thousands of people to reveal their flaws as well. They are not more sinful than others, but they certainly did better than most who hide their sin and never prosper (Proverbs 28:13).

It must have been a difficult time for those who were regarded by others. When speaking of what was in his heart, Asaph received mercy. So do those who are not ashamed to open themselves to God and then reveal their flaws to all. Now, despite being used by the Lord, this person was unsuccessful in his work. No sin should be covered up, but exposed to God and, in some cases, everyone.

When temptation is carried out consciously— such as adultery, theft, and other evil deeds — it is right to confess to God and the one who was harmed. Now, if you have not giving in to temptation, just speak to the Lord. Jesus was tempted in everything, and there is no confession of Him because He never sinned (Hebrews 4:15). When you reveal your sin, you can immediately consider yourself forgiven and free (1 John 1: 9).

Asaph was concerned about the prosperity of the wicked, which had no good feelings toward God. But even so, their riches increased, and the Psalmist did not feel good about that.  In the same way, anyone who is jealous of those who earn more than them, who thrives or is appreciated by others, this person is certainly being shaken, and soon she will fall into iniquity, for their feet have slipped.

Deep calls unto deep (Psalm 42: 7). Envy has never come from God, so it is a serious evil capable of influencing your behavior and taking you far away from the Most High. Then sins will begin to arise in you. If there is no repentance, you can go prematurely to eternity without salvation. Do you want a greater loss: eternal damnation? It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do; confess your mistake and forsake it.

Your decision will change your life and distance you from the abyss. Be strong to forsake the devil. Go to Jesus, and He will lift you up from your fall and forgive you. Don’t play with your salvation. If your day to leave this world was today, where would you go? All of God´s things are serious and for serious people. What will you do?

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Merciful and kind Father! So many opportunities have been wasted, such as that of Judas Iscariot, who chose to betray Your Son for 30 silver coins and endure eternal doom. We don't want to take this risk!

Before You, we confess that we have been envious and wicked. Forgive us! Give us a new chance! We do not want to be considered to be false, deceitful, misleading, that practice evil and hide. Help us!

Asaph saw his feet almost slip. If he had erred, where would he be now? Therefore, Lord, take away the envy from within us, the dirty thoughts of our mind, and all the sins of our heart!


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