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early during this pasuk, he would hear "G-d protects all those who love him and all those who are evil". If that was the case, we would be able to ask the following, hold on a second, why should evil people be protected, or why should good people be destroyed? So we can see, that to be able to have clear understanding, you have to see the entirety of the pasuk. So too in our lives.

We may go through difficult tasks, but it's always at the end that we are able to look back at the intricate events, and see that G-d did it with our best interests in mind. It was all for our personal growth and development.

We see this with the slavery in Mitzrayim. Why did the Jews have to go through slavery? Why could we not just be given the Torah and brought straight to Israel? It's only with the 20/20 hindsight, that we see that the slavery brought out certain characteristics necessary for us to be the "Kingdom of Priests" that we are expected to be. So what is the message? Find comfort in reviewing what happens to you. We are only tested in areas that we are capable of passing, and that will be beneficial to our growth as Jews. Not only this, but every event in our lives, link together, yet the link may only be clear after a certain amount of time. It's all about patience. Everything becomes clear in the end.

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