Well, my commendation of Psalm 37 in October sure proved timely, did it not? I suspect it still is timely due to much righteous anger that could too easily morph into foolishness. Anger is not always wrong, but it is almost always difficult to handle and direct aright.
Allow me also to direct you to Psalm 7, particularly verses 14-16:
Behold, the wicked man conceives evil
and is pregnant with mischief
and gives birth to lies.
He makes a pit, digging it out,
and falls into the hole that he has made.
His mischief returns upon his own head,
and on his own skull his violence descends.
Note two traits of the wicked we need to be aware of especially now. First, he creates traps, often described as pits or nets in Scripture, in order to trap good people. We need to be aware of them and watch out.
One such trap the Left and allies like to pull is to exaggerate, distort, and often outright invent violence from political opponents. I’ve seen this time and again. Mark Levin and I think the likelihood of such traps around those who may protest the Inauguration of Biden is so high, that we advise staying away from it and from state capitols next week.
Second, the wicked have a propensity to fall into the traps that they themselves have made. I think we may be seeing that before our eyes. I have hope that Democrat attacks on free speech and their second sham impeachment will backfire greatly on them politically.
So let them fall into their traps. You be alert and wise and avoid them.
I think the Lord really wants us to get this. For the theme of the wicked setting traps and falling into them occurs often in Scripture. The whole book of Esther is one example. And we see this repeatedly in the Psalms: 7, 9, 35, 57, 141, and I may have missed one or two. It’s important to get this, now and always.