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Friday 10/28

Do you know who invented the first TV? It was Philo Farnsworth. He started with developing this invention at 14 years old. He got the first patent for his TV in 1930. After ten years he was awarded $1 million dollars from RCA for his invention. He also later invented the first baby incubator, nuclear fusion tube and many more inventions.

Prov. 24:19,20 “Don’t fret because of evildoers; don’t envy the wicked. For evil people have no future; the light of the wicked will be snuffed out.”

This warning is broken into two types of persons.

The evil person:

If you remember the evil person is someone who commits evil practices to get ahead in life.

The wicked person:

He is a person who commits evil not necessarily in order to just get gain, but takes joy in just to

bringing harm to God & others. In fact he goes out of his way to be wicked.

Notice the difference of their consequence:

Evil person - won’t find the reward he is seeking

Wicked person - life will end in punishment & death

This passage is attempting to warn us to not fall into the trap of committing evil, just because others seem to get away with it, or even worse; gain success.

But even more so, tempted by those who have become wicked in their ways. Why? Because they not only will be punished, but will suffer the consequence of sudden death.

This proverb reminds us that committing evil, wicked acts, most of the time will result in punishment. Usually will be carried out as a natural course of life. However, don’t fret, for if not in this life they will suffer punishment in the future from God. Sometimes, we may NOT see the severity of punishment after this life, but we know that our Father will punish equivalent to their activities.

So Go With God for He is just in all His ways. We know it to be true in our lives. How many times He has been gracious to us when we have disobeyed Him and then repented. Oh, how beautiful is His way.



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