Psalm 105: God’s Law: Do as I say or die.
Psalms Part 105 of 150
1 Give thanks to Yahweh! Call on his name!
Make his doings known among the peoples.
That would be a short speech.
2 Sing to him, sing praises to him!
Tell of all his marvelous works.
What are you going to do for the other 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds of the day?
3 Glory in his holy name.
Let the heart of those who seek Yahweh rejoice.
Yeah, why not. Seek solace in your silliness.
4 Seek Yahweh and his strength.
Seek his face forever more.
If you have to see forever, it just means you aren’t finding him.
5 Remember his marvelous works that he has done;
his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth,
6 you seed of Abraham, his servant,
you children of Jacob, his chosen ones.
Yes you, the ones he has punished, tortured and murdered for millenia. He’s talking about you.
7 He is Yahweh, our God.
His judgments are in all the earth.
They is probably a denser concentration around garbage dumps, sewage treatment works and landfills.
8 He has remembered his covenant forever,
the word which he commanded to a thousand generations,
Remembering isn’t the same as abiding by it. WHICH he hasn’t done.
9 the covenant which he made with Abraham,
his oath to Isaac,
10 and confirmed the same to Jacob for a statute;
to Israel for an everlasting covenant,
11 saying, “To you I will give the land of Canaan,
the lot of your inheritance”;
And did they keep it? Nooooo, they didn’t.
12 when they were but a few men in number,
yes, very few, and foreigners in it.
Exactly. They were foreigners. It wasn’t their land it shouldn’t have been stolen from those who owned it.
13 They went about from nation to nation,
from one kingdom to another people.
14 He allowed no one to do them wrong.
Bullshit. Read the damn book.
Yes, he reproved kings for their sakes,
15 “Don’t touch my anointed ones!
Do my prophets no harm!”
Read the book!
16 He called for a famine on the land.
He destroyed the food supplies.
17 He sent a man before them.
Joseph was sold for a slave.
Sold for a slave. One of his own people.
18 They bruised his feet with shackles.
His neck was locked in irons,
19 until the time that his word happened,
and Yahweh’s word proved him true.
Why didn’t Yahweh look after him in the beginning so he wasn’t mistreated? Because God isn’t real. This crap, if it even happened, is all to do with man and his stupidity of following mythical deities.
20 The king sent and freed him;
even the ruler of peoples, and let him go free.
21 He made him lord of his house,
and ruler of all of his possessions;
22 to discipline his princes at his pleasure,
and to teach his elders wisdom.
23 Israel also came into Egypt.
Jacob lived in the land of Ham.
Pork! Sorry, couldn’t help myself.
24 He increased his people greatly,
and made them stronger than their adversaries.
Why would he do that? He could have just made them disappear so their would have been no need for war. He could have made them move on somewhere else before his sheeple arrived.
25 He turned their heart to hate his people,
to conspire against his servants.
26 He sent Moses, his servant,
and Aaron, whom he had chosen.
27 They performed miracles among them,
and wonders in the land of Ham.
Pork. Again, I’m sorry, but I just have to.
28 He sent darkness, and made it dark.
Darkness isn’t sent. Light is removed.
They didn’t rebel against his words.
Read the following carefully and think for yourself. Would a really compassionate god, one filled with loving kindness, do these things? Be honest with yourself about this.
29 He turned their waters into blood,
and killed their fish.
30 Their land swarmed with frogs,
even in the rooms of their kings.
31 He spoke, and swarms of flies came,
and lice in all their borders.
32 He gave them hail for rain,
with lightning in their land.
33 He struck their vines and also their fig trees,
and shattered the trees of their country.
34 He spoke, and the locusts came,
and the grasshoppers, without number,
35 ate up every plant in their land;
and ate up the fruit of their ground.
36 He struck also all the firstborn in their land,
the first fruits of all their manhood.
37 He brought them out with silver and gold.
There was not one feeble person among his tribes.
Yeah, because he killed the rest.
38 Egypt was glad when they departed,
for the fear of them had fallen on them.
They could have left earlier if Gawd had let them. Not so many would have had to die then.
39 He spread a cloud for a covering,
fire to give light in the night.
40 They asked, and he brought quails,
and satisfied them with the bread of the sky.
Bread of the sky? Loaves falling out of the sky?
41 He opened the rock, and waters gushed out.
Water filled rocks? Why not just have a river or a lake every so often on their travels? Why make it a desert?
They ran as a river in the dry places.
42 For he remembered his holy word,
and Abraham, his servant.
43 He brought his people out with joy,
his chosen with singing.
Except the dead ones. They didn’t sing. They weren’t joyous.
44 He gave them the lands of the nations.
They took the labor of the peoples in possession,
45 that they might keep his statutes,
and observe his laws.
God’s Law: Do as I say or die.