Good equals good and bad equals bad, right? That’s what we typically assume. But we have all known Godly people who have gone through difficult and hard times. So what does the psalmist do when faced with this situation? Read Psalm chapter 125.
Do good, O Lord , to those who are good And to those who are upright in their hearts.
Psalms 125:4 NASB
The psalmist prayes for it. Even though this world may not have the right responses to good people, the psalmist asks God’s help with that. There is nothing wrong with praying and asking God to allow good things to happen to the people who are righteous and are following him. We can continue to pray for ourselves and for others as we seek to follow God that we would be able to follow him in righteousness and reap the rewards that come with that. We know that if we are not following him, eventually we will experience the consequences of those actions as well, which will not be as pleasant.