posted on Jun, 8 2004 @ 03:51 PM
Spell book??? lol I dunno about that!
Reading the Pslams, that is atributed to King Davids hand, you get the impression of someone going through a mental breakdown, not casting
spells.Swinging from despair to joy. Like "the cords of death surround me" etc. ALOT of stuff in there about Davids enemies aswell, fear of
them....like asking God to lead him in a plain path because of his enemies. This is a bit werid if you think about it, because I dont think many
people turn to God due to enemies?? Or am I wrong in that assumption?? Also David was a mean soilder. A pastor told me once that God did not allow
David to be involved in building the temple because he was a warrior and had blood on his hands (King Solomon Davids son didnt kill anyone). David
killed his first enemy as a boy, the giant Goliath. David spent his whole life killing and running people down.Cleaning up the place and widening
Israels borders. He had a strong thing about "enemies" and victory and war. When satan tempted David to count the number of Israel, after God told
him not to and David did it, then figured out he made a mistake and told God..God gave him three choices...to run from his enemies for a week (or some
amount of time), for a famine to hit Israel or some other form of punishment. David chose NOT to run from his enemies but to let the entire nation of
Israel bare the punishment. So David was a major proud person. Davids problem?? Killing a man and taking his wife, along with other sins...that not
only he knew of , but the whole of Israel. His guilt. He couldnt shake it for a while. Thats why so many of those verses point to major agony. But
through it the message is Gods grace, mercy and love.
Who were the pslams written about? Which God or Lord?
"The Lord said to my Lord , come and sit at my right hand until I put your enemys under your feet" Davids Lord was Jesus Christ, the only form of
pure real atonement of sin. Thats why Jesus questioned the pharasies, asking them why do they say Messiah is Davids son, when David calls him Lord.