Envy is a Hell of a Thing

Envy is a hell of a thing.

Would you be surprised to know…

The Red Dragon’s heart is not red, but green?

Sick. Sick. Sick with envy.

Envy is a hell of a thing.

For envy, Cain slew Abel.

Abel’s blood ran red and cried out to God.

Envy is a hell of a thing.

For envy, Jesus Christ was killed.

Jesus’s blood ran red, and He makes many white as snow.

Envy is a hell of a thing.

Through Jesus, we can escape the death that awaits us all.

Do we not all deserve it?

Envy is a hell of a thing.

Through Jesus, light came into the world and it proved us.

It proved that many love darkness. They hate light. They envy it.

Envy is a hell of a thing.

The Dragon and his angels mimic the light.

They can only steal and kill what they do not have.

Envy is a hell of a thing.

What does man esteem as good? For what will man kill?

Fame? Fortune? Adoration?

Envy is a hell of a thing.

What does Jesus esteem as good? For what will His live forever?

Judgment. Mercy. Faith.

Righteousness is a heavenly thing.

The righteousness of God strikes at the heart of the beast.

And those whose heart is green.

Righteousness is a heavenly thing.

The righteousness of God tells us that greed cannot fix envy.

Their attempts make everything even through famine.

The righteous shine all the more.

Thankfulness. Praises to God. Joy. No man can take it.

Righteousness is a heavenly thing.

The dead in Christ will rise again!

The dead in the Dragon will meet their end.

Envy is a hell of a thing.

Righteousness—that only comes through the blood of Christ—is a heavenly thing.

His righteousness, not ours.

Not Fame. Not Fortune. Not Adoration of man.

His judgments. His Mercy. His faith that He graciously gives.

Those Who God Has Loved from the Foundation of the World.

Preordained. Destined. Saved.

Called. Chosen. Faithful.

Redeemed. Sanctified. Resurrected.

His Righteousness is a heavenly thing.

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