|The 2nd from the left is my grandmother.|
After my grandfather built a home, his cousin revealed the switched claims and "legally" stole my grandfather's house.
My grandfather, an especially forgiving soul, took this injustice in stride. But it wasn't easy for his family who lived in a shack until my grandfather had time and money to build another home.
But there's an epilogue.
Years later, natural gas was discovered on my grandfather's plot, and not on his cousin's.
My grandfather's children and grandchildren benefited from that oil well for many years, which is now barely producing but still pays my sisters and me (his great granddaughters) about $100 a year.
Some injustice is not righted until the the Judgement, but Scripture promises "a man reaps what he sows" (Galatians 6:7).