The Word in Psalm 11


A major point of instruction in the brief Psalm shared at the end of this paragraph is that, though it may seem to men as if God has gone off somewhere and is not paying attention, He is indeed very aware and patiently timing His interventions.

Many evil people believe that God exists and created all things, but their belief is shallow.

He is not part of their choices of conduct, so they live assuming that He is not personally managing His creation.

Life goes on, they believe, without His involvement.

This Psalm disproves that, as do many other passages.  It is foolish, careless, and presumptuous for the choices we make in our lives to assume that God is not aware of our every move and intention.

“The Eternal God has not moved; He remains in His holy temple.
He sits squarely on His heavenly throne.
He observes the sons of Adam and daughters of Eve, examining us within and without, exploring every fiber of our beings.
The Eternal searches the hearts of those who are good,
But He despises all those who can’t get enough of perversion and violence.
If you are evil,
He will rain hot fire over your head,
He will fill your cup with burning wind and liquid fire to scorch your insides.
The Eternal King is right in all His ways;
He cherishes all that is upright. And that is only those who do what is right in His eyes. They will see His face,”   
Psalm 11:4-7 The VOICE.


In His Shadow,
~ Mary Lindow ©

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