Today we continue in the book of Psalms.
“Blessed are those who fear the Lord, who find great delight in his commands.” – Psalm 112:1
No, those who fear the Lord are not blessed. They are victims of child abuse.
“Wealth and riches are in their houses, and their righteousness endures forever.” – Psalm 112:3
If you’re poor, it’s your own fault. You weren’t righteous enough or maybe you didn’t pray harder enough. Either way, it’s all your fault according to the Bible.
“Their hearts are secure, they will have no fear; in the end they will look in triumph on their foes.” – Psalm 112:8
This is a big contradiction and a major blunder by the authors of the Bible. This verse says the righteous will have no fear, but we see time and time again, including in this very chapter, that fearing God is a requirement to being righteous. More evidence the Bible is a book of make believe characters that was only written as an attempt to control the masses.
Yes, yes, yes. Fear God and you are good. Don’t fear God and you are bad. We get it. Unless of course you focus on that contradiction which says that the righteous have both fear and no fear. ROFL. What a waste of a book.
Coming Soon: Psalm – Chapter 113: Untitled