People some of the times believe that evil will get theirs in the end. And what end is that? The end of a situation? The end of their lives? We might not ever know but one thing is for sure, you WILL reap what you sow. You will receive a harvest from the effort, or lack thereof, of the work that you perform.
When you lie, cheat and steal you might get away with it for a season or two, but your own guilt, karma and misalignment with Divine order will be your own undoing. If you are an egomaniac, guiltwill never be an issue because you feel that just because you are you; and that you are justified in your actions.
If you are focused on self-reliance alone, karma will kick in to teach you that you are not the only fish in the sea. If you continually live in misalignment with Divine order, then one opportunity to grow and expand after another will pass you by because you are not willing to share Divine love with others.
Many fool themselves into believing that it is just their actions that will make God love them; nothing could be further from the truth. What is in your heart and the intention that results in your mind is what allows you to
Sow the seeds of greatness in others and leave them alone unless they ask for help. Divine order will germinate those seeds when it is appropriate for them. The farmer never digs up the seeds to see if they have taken root; he trusts in nature to do what it does to make the seeds grow and expand toward the light.
Be a giver of Divine seeds and allow others to grow and expand at their own rate. Those who lie, cheat and steal will experience what they have sown in Divine order. It is not your job to help them get there; it IS your job to let them go and continue your journey through life.
You are here for a Divine purpose; express that purpose by sharing Divine love! Pray for Divine guidance; meditate to listen to Divine guidance; go out into your community and share that Divine guidance with everyone you meet. The perfection of divine love will bless you with health, wealth, prosperity and abundance everlasting! Be ye therefore perfect! ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)