Psalm 37:28: For the Lord loveth judgment, and forsaketh not his saints; they are preserved for ever: but the seed of the wicked shall be cut off.
We live amongst many people where we are always faced with various challenges in life. This may include people, decisions, or even just mere situations that we need to react to or just act. Some of us even choose to walk away. In a difficult decision where we need to think about the rightness of some action or the wrongness of someone; what do we do? How do we correct them or ourselves? How do we reflect on the actions that we see or observe? Do we wait for a more appropriate time or do we indulge in the atmosphere of leaning and following a herd? Just like the Israelites who allured Aaron into making idols for themselves and worshipping them because it was a matter of comfort and indulging into a sense of ease.
It is a dangerous path; this world of comfort. Seeking comfort in our eating, living and spending habits without a sense of discernment leads to a life of stagnation and ultimately cost us our bodies and our sense of spiritual awareness and knowledge. It will render us into a path that sometimes can leave us cutting ourselves from a world and a plan that God has created for us. A journey that does not promise the best but a path that will create the true meaning of our being.