Near the middle of the Bible is a collection of 150 'psalms' or poems. I've never really known what to make of them, but I while back I decided to try and read one each day and see where that took me.
I've recently completed my first cycle through them and finally, just in the last week or two, Ive noticed thing that a great many of them seem to have in common. Psalm after psalm celebrates or holds onto the notion that the oppressors won't get away with their oppressing forever. God cares for the poor and downtrodden and one day he will crush their oppressors and set them free.
Good news for the poor, indeed. But what about for me, a follower of Jesus but also a member of the priveleged elite responsible for most of the oppression these days?
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