The Prosperity of the Godless

‘Strange is it that the godless, who have strung from evil-doers, should fare prosperously, while good men born of noble stock, should be by adverse fortunes vexed.’ Sophocles believed that there should be some reward or penalty for our actions. For us today, if we believe in a good God who is in control, the prosperity of the godless is difficult to understand. Join us this Sunday as we look at one of the complaints made to God by the prophet Jeremiah ‘why do the wicked prosper? Jeremiah 12.