Esther 7:10 KJV
So they hanged Haman on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai. Then was the king’s wrath pacified.
Take your minds back to the story of Daniel, where his detractors, who intended him to die in the lion’s den, found themselves rather there eventually. You can imagine their first reaction when they saw the jaws of the lions in the den!
We’ve heard and read of many such stories where people who carefully orchestrate evil are given a taste of their own medicine, and oh, how bitter they seem to taste. Haman was one such person; he died in the gallows he built for another man.
Nigerian movies give you many more examples.
Why should an armed robber beg for mercy when he’s about to be lynched by an angry mob?
Or a trickster be furious that a friend duped him? Each of them never thought deeply about the consequences.
Before you take time to plan evil for another, it is always good to substitute yourself into their position first. Jesus said that those who live by the sword shall die by the sword.
A believer must be sensitive to the feelings of others and desire to be just in all his dealings.
Have a blessed day.