Psalms is a lovely chapter of song and praise assuming, of course, you ignore David’s pleas for God to murder people, including babies! 🙂 Let’s see what Chapter 125 has in store for us today.
“Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever.” – Psalms 125:1
Except for all of those who trusted in God yet were killed by God. Oh yeah, those people didn’t ‘pray’ hard enough. SMH.
“The scepter of the wicked will not remain over the land allotted to the righteous…” – Psalms 125:3
The Bible says God created evil (Isaiah 45:7) so this will never happen.
“Lord, do good to those who are good, to those who are upright in heart.” – Psalms 125:4
The story of Job says otherwise.
“But those who turn to crooked ways the Lord will banish with the evildoers. Peace be on Israel.” – Psalms 125:5
But he doesn’t banish the evildoers because there are evildoers in society today. There always have been and always will be evildoers. Either there is no god or there is a god who created evil and decides to let evil remain. I prefer having no god than an evil god.
Psalms 125 was another very short chapter in which David’s song to God is filled with false statements that can easily be found to be false by reading the Bible. The Bible itself proves theses praises are false.
Coming Soon: Psalms – Chapter 128: A song of ascents.