The Scriptures repeatedly seek to emphasize the profound difference between the righteous and the wicked.
Jeremiah, for example, uses the images of a tree planted by waters and a useless shrub in the barren desert. One is blessed and one is cursed (Jeremiah 17:5-8).
In Proverbs 10, Solomon envisions the landscape after the passing of a whirlwind—the wicked are no more, and the righteous are untouched (v. 25). The worst fears of the wicked come to pass; the holy desires of the righteous are granted (v. 24).
Righteous or wicked. Peace or fear. Security or Destruction.
It’s your call.