How great a
blessing it would be for all spiritual Israelites to learn well this
lesson; namely, that if we accept the results of any matter as being
good, and if we realize that we were guided to those results by
Divine providence, we should think and feel most generously, most
kindly, toward those who were the instruments used by providence,
notwithstanding the fact that they might have been unwilling
instructors or, like Joseph’s brethren, have verily intended
opposite results. Those who are enabled to take such a view of
affairs and forces operating in their daily lives are enabled
“always to triumph through the Lord,” as the Apostle expresses it.
And such find no room for bitterness or railing, either against
Satan or against any of his servants.