“A slacker’s craving will kill him because his hands refuse to work. He is filled with craving all day long, but the righteous give and don’t hold back.” (Proverbs 21:25-26)
The slacker does not die alone. When the righteous withholds charity from the slacker, crime and violence are the results. Poverty left to its own devices tends toward theft and murder. Judging the slacker rather than blessing the slacker or the slackers’ progeny, creates civil unrest.
The righteous understands his or her responsibility to maintain a decent and orderly society despite the presence of slackers. Selah.
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