These sayings remind me that one thing I won’t see is God fail to provide for a righteous man’s children. In fact, where you find a righteous man expect to see him lending and giving generously. Even his children are a blessing to this world because he has raised sons and daughters who are respectful, responsible, and fun to be with. They care about this world and the people God has put in it, are good citizens, and will be great spouses.
My first exposure to philosophical argumentation for the existence of God did not occur until a freshmen philosophy class at Harvard. That would be a humble brag except that I didn’t go to Harvard. I went to a couple classes for summer school and then they wouldn’t let me in for undergrad. I assume it was their loss. Personal bitterness aside, the arguments for the existence of God were fit into a coupe of sentences in an early class.