We know that "Destruction" is a big deal in Psalms. But it's not just God who's causing the mess. It sounds like the enemies of the Israelites are actually destroying themselves—with their not-so-nice words and their praise of other gods.
Questions About Self-Destruction
- According to Psalms, how will God's conflicts be resolved, and who will resolve them?
- Where does agency truly reside in this book? In God's hands, or elsewhere? Do humans have any control over their situation?
- Do the Israelites self-destruct as well, or is it just the enemies?