I just finished psalms 51-100 two days ago, and I was thinking about the psalms of Asaph. He is one who constantly encorages himself, as we should be encouraged, too. He’s one who sees the prosperity of the wicked, and acknowledges his confusion over how good things can happen to bad people and bad things can happen to “good” people. He then reminds himself, he’s even shown, that the same event happens to all, and ultimately, there is a reward for doing right and a punishment for doing wrong. Ultimately, he reminds us that the important thing isn’t how great the struggle is, or how great the injustice is, but how great God is, and how He will ultimately set all things right in the end.