One of the reasons jealousy is such a serious matter to God, though it may not seem so serious to us, is that at the root of feelings of jealousy toward other people is an unspoken, assumed criticism of God. We are, in a sense, expressing our dissatisfaction with the fact that God has allowed other people to have things that we do not have or to achieve things we have not achieved. Instead of being grateful for the things God has provided for us--gifts, talents, and possessions- in our jealousy we not only hurt other people, but we are silently attacking God in his sovereignty. ~ R.C. Sproul
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