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Today’s devotion, Don’t Seek Revenge, is the second part of yesterday’s devotion. The truth of the matter is that jealousy can lead you to seek revenge. You may feel as though a person whom God has blessed is a step ahead of you or has done something to you to prevent your blessings. When people do you wrong, do not seek to retaliate. It is not an eye for an eye or a tooth for a tooth. We as believers must live higher than that. God will take care of those who do us wrong. If you live long enough, someone will do wrong to you. However, do not allow that to cause you to seek revenge. In other words, stay in your lane and let God fight your battle. Just do what God has called you to do. He will make your enemies your footstool. There are people who are living their lives trying to get even with someone else. They were mistreated years ago and they have wasted countless years waiting to get even. They miss out on life and God’s blessings. The scripture lesson for this devotion is Philippians 1:6.

“And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns.”

His brothers, in this familiar story, betrayed Joseph. The brothers plotted and schemed to get rid of Joseph.  They did all they could. They made up a story that a wild animal had eaten him. We know the story. Despite all of his brothers’ betrayals, God blessed Joseph. With all God’s blessings, Joseph never sought to get revenge or destroy them. Read this story to see how Joseph was blessed in spite of what was done to him. What the devil meant for evil, God turned it around and made it good. At times, He will take what the devil has done and make it a blessing. So, whatever you do, trust God to turn it around for your good.