A Historical Heist
by Rick Boxx
April 1, 2010
One of the biggest pharmaceutical heists in history sounds like movie material. Near Hartford, Connecticut, thieves cut a hole in the roof of an Eli Lilly drug warehouse and stole $75 million worth of antidepressants, enough to fill a tractor trailer. These drugs are now likely headed for the black market.
This heist took significant planning and forethought. Due to the complexity and size of this robbery these thieves are likely now envied by their peers.
Proverbs 24:1 teaches, "Do not envy wicked men, do not desire their company, for their hearts plot violence and their lips talk about making trouble."
If you find yourself tempted by the sins of others, stop and ask God to help you not be envious of the wicked. Sin always comes with consequences.
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