Righteous decisions are the first to go in the life and rule of a wicked person. “If a land has been given into the hand of a wicked man, he covers the faces of its judges; if it is not he, then who is it?” Job 9.24.
The parable of the tares represents the final judgment. God leaves all mankind and even his church for Judgment Day. This does not diminish the need for discipline within the church. In fact, it becomes a greater need, if possible. Whoever uses this parable to justify inaction is either woefully naive or maliciously sowing more tares.
On the last day, when we all stand before God to give account of our actions while on earth, if we have used lack of time, tiredness, family, or any other excuse for not seeking his face and doing his will, we will feel deep regret and terror, because God will not find time or place for us in his life.
Justice cannot carry the day unless evil and evildoers are overthrown. Hence, the requests of the righteous for God to execute judgment against their enemies. “Wake up for my sake and execute the judgment you have decreed for them!” Psa 7.6c
He who causes God’s people to sin falls under the severest divine judgment. Baasha “encouraged my people Israel to sin; their sins have made me angry” 1 Kgs 16.2.
“For you repay men for what they do” Psa 62.12b. “The psalmist views God’s justice as a demonstration of both his power (see v. 11c) and his loyal love (see v. 12a). When God judges evildoers, he demonstrates loyal love to his people.” —NET Bible