Psalm 52 - Protected from souls that love evil by an inner elohim

1 You tyrant, why do you boast of wickedness *

against el all day long?

2 You plot ruin; your tongue is like a sharpened razor, *

O worker of deception.

3 You love evil more than good *

and lying more than speaking the truth. Selah

4 You love all words that hurt, *

O you deceitful tongue.

5 Oh, that el would demolish you utterly, *

topple you, and snatch you from your dwelling, and root you out of the land of the living! Selah

6 The righteous shall see and tremble, *

and they shall laugh at him, saying,

7 "This is the one who did not take elohim for a refuge, *

but trusted in great wealth and relied upon wickedness."

8 But I am like a green olive tree in the house elohim; *

I trust in the mercy elohim for ever and ever.

9 I will give you thanks for what you have done *

and declare the goodness of your Name in the presence of the godly.


Above, you should take note that the masculine singular noun “el” is written twice, in verses one and five. The masculine plural noun “elohim” is written three times, in verses once in verse seven, and twice in verse eight. Go ask your elementary school English teacher how both the singular (“el”) and the plural (“elohim”) can be translated as “godly [lower-case], God, God, God and God [all upper-case]. After sitting in the time out corner, facing the wall for an hour, you should come to the realization that the above translation [provided by the NRSV] is bogus crap. David’s words are so misunderstood from personal agendas, the truth cannot shine forth for standardized English translation programs that (at best) only produce paraphrases.

Entirely missing from what is written by David in his first verse is the setup that says [literally translated into English], “coming from he who is preeminent [Yahweh] , a divine instruction to beloved [David] . when came in ׀ full of fear [Doeg] a son ruddy [implication of Esau, as Edomite] and he boldly stated to asked for [Saul] and said to him ; has entered beloved [David] into dwelling brother of the king [Ahimelech] .” When this Psalm 52 is recognized to be an accompaniment to the Track 1 Old Testament reading from Amos 8, where he repeatedly spoke of being shown visions and hearing the voice of Yahweh, through his being personally possessed by adonay, to forget that and overlook David saying this Psalm is like that shown Amos – coming from he who is preeminent, a divine instruction to beloved,” that misses the Spiritual connection that is Yahweh’s “loved one,” where David (like Amos) was a soul married to Yahweh, out of “love.” To ignore the meaning behind the names written is to be like a standardized translation service.

The Day of Doeg

The translation of verse one above then begins, where the literal English translation says, “how do you shine with evil as mighty ; goodness el , all the days .” In that, the principles of “shine” and “the days” should be understood as symbolic of the moon and the sun. To pretend that a reflection of the “sun” off a material surface [the flesh] shows one’s “might” or “strength,” while being obviously led to do “evil” or “bad” deeds, always comes to naught, when the sun’s rays of life go dark [at death]. There is no “might” or “strength” to be found in a dead body of flesh. The sun, however, “always produces the light of day,” which is the “goodness” of Yahweh [His “el” within] that is true “might” and “strength.” The Hebrew words that translate as “all the days” then must be read as saying the soul married to Yahweh [possessed by adonay – stated here as “el”] has the “might” and “strength” of eternal life.

Verse two then literally translates into English singing, “evil desire it will invent your tongue ; like a sheath sharp , making treachery .” In this, the intent of “desire” is read as “in a bad sense,” thus the “desire” is for self, not others. In order to suit one’s personal “desires,” one will “calculate” what one says, so one’s “tongue” speaks like the serpent did to Eve, thinking itself to be the craftiest of the animals in the flesh. Like the serpent, who is always caught and exposed to the truth, one’s “tongue” becomes like the “sheath” held by a priest of the Tabernacle [a Levite in David’s time], who cuts the throat of sheep to be burned in sacrifice. While certainly not a lamb inspected to be without blemish – as one of this nature is “making treachery” – the “knife” comes to all animals in the flesh. When Judgment before Yahweh comes, it will be one’s own unwashed sins that will be the instrument of “destruction” that soul faces.

In verses three and four, David was divinely led to speak of “love,” beginning both verses with “you love” (from “’ā·haḇ·tā”). For all the people wearing robes and chains with crosses in today’s modern version of Christianity, they all run around wildly spewing out words of “love.” These two verses of David point the finger at them, making them be the same people that existed in David’s time, where he wrote, “you love evil more than good” speaks of human emotions, where “love” connects the brain to the heart to the groin, touching all places where pains and pleasures are mistaken as “love.” None of those ideas about “love” come close to the truth that is Yahweh’s “love.” David was not referring to Yahweh’s “love” in these two verses.

Verse three fully sings [in English translation], “you love evil more than good ; falseness ׀ rather than speaking righteousness .” David then wrote “selah,” which says this judgment is not his own. It is a “lifted up” judgment, from the “exaltation” of Yahweh speaking through his hand. The placement of a vertical bar must be read as a place of pause, where every “lie” told come with a soul being told the “right” way is not to be “false.” Jumping to “deceit” after this inner warning makes one’s judgment be “rightful” punishment by Yahweh. The statement “more than good” says all the good one does is flushed down the drain by all the “evil” one does … no matter what the percentages of deeds is.

Verse four then literally sings in English: “you love all speech devouring , tongue treachery .” Here, the repeated use of “tongue” and treachery” matches that of verse two. Here, Yahweh told David that evil souls “love” telling lies, even though they destroy their souls while doing so. Ask Joe Biden and Bill Clinton (all politicians) how they can only lie, even when the world knows they are lying. It is this “tongue treachery” that will be their own words that cut their throats at Judgment.

In verse five we find another use of “el,” which brings up a clarification of Yahweh telling David to write, “you love evil more than good.” As I stated prior with the name of David meaning “Beloved,” that name usage was an “instruction” coming from the “preeminence” of Yahweh that stated a divine marriage, where the soul of David united with the Spirit of Yahweh, so His “love” means that union of marriage. Such a divine marriage then resurrected the Yahweh elohim that is His Son’s soul. In Genesis 1 is written “elohim” thirty-two times, with every one of those uses denoting an angel, spirit, or law of physics, such that all who created by the plan of Yahweh [unnamed in Genesis 1] were “elohim” not a Son of Yahweh. Thus, an “el” can be a spirit that either helps one [leads one to do good] or hinders one [leads one to do evil]. These are the demon spirits that possess souls, which need to be casting out. However, it is “love of evil more than good” that marries a soul to Satan’s minions. This is brought out in verse five.

Verse five then literally translates into English as singing: “moreover el will pull you down enduringly it will take you away and pull you out of your tabernacle ; and uproot you from the flesh of the living .” This verse is also one where David added “selah,” meaning this is an “exalted” promise from Yahweh. At every place where the second-person is used – as “you” – this should be read as “your soul,” as there is no “you” without that animating the dead “flesh” that surrounds “you.” The ”tabernacle” should be read as one’s commitment to Yahweh, as one of those who sided with David’s lead [where verse one indicates this Psalm 52 was when Saul was king], the “tabernacle” is one’s flesh with a soul led by elohim [adonay]. The use of “uprooting you from the earth” has been changed by me to show “earth” as “flesh.” The removal of a soul from a “tabernacle” is due to the soul falling in “love” with the “el” that pleases the “flesh;” and, the taking away from “the living” means a Judgment for sins that will prevent eternal salvation of the soul.

It is with verse six that the divine inspiration brought to David by Yahweh changes, going from those souls alone in their flesh [selfish] and those souls married to demon spirits to those souls like David’s – married to Yahweh and possessed by His elohim. The whole of verse six then literally translates into English, singing, “and they will see those righteous and fear , and above it they will laugh .” In this, it is the souls that “love evil” and “love words that devour” will encounter those souls who are divinely possessed and led to live righteous lived. That will be seen as souls saved; so, those evil souls will feel the cold chill run down them, fearing their judgment coming at death. Because those they encounter will be elevated spiritually by Yahweh’s Spirit having merged with their souls, cleaning them forever with a divine Baptism, they will hear the voice of an inner Lord, which leads them to “laugh” in the face of the wicked.

In verse seven, David was led to write [literally translated into English], “behold! the man , not set elohim , his strength and his trust in abundance of his riches .” In this, the words “behold! the man,” where the root Hebrew word for “man” is “geber,” not “adam.” This makes those souls in flesh, ruled by demons, and those souls in flesh, ruled by elohim, equals in their outer coverings that qualify them both as “man.” Each sees the other physically, with the souls of the wicked sensing the “righteousness” of those whose souls are not like theirs. Those souls who have not married Yahweh and become “set” or “placed” with a possessing elohim [to mark a wife in His name], they will judge the success of others by the amount of things of material value they possess. Their fear comes from realizing the rich and poor, alike, never take any material possessions with them when they die. That means all laughs from being rich, materially over the poor, turns into mourns, when the souls led to righteousness by their elohim get the last laugh.

In verse eight, David was divinely inspired to sing [translated literally into English], “but I like an olive tree green in the house elohim ; I trust in the goodness elohim forever and ever .” In this, the two first-person [“I”] statements must be viewed as a lack of self-identity, such that a soul in flesh married to Yahweh has sacrificed all sense of selfishness. This make the first-person identified by the “elohim” within a host soul, where “I” becomes a statement of that divine soul’s control over a host soul and its flesh [an adonay – Lord]. This makes the metaphor of an “olive tree,” which is “fresh” and “green,” be a statement of forever youth, where the elohim leads one to continuously produce good fruits. The “house” is then the framework of one’s body of flesh, where the fruits put forth are the ministry led by the elohim within. The use of “trust” is then based on a close, inner, personal experience, which makes “trust” be synonymous with true faith. The ministry [willing servitude] for “goodness” will not be until one reaches retirement age, when one can rest on all the riches false ministry brings to false shepherds, because ministry is for saving other souls. Once one’s own soul has been saved for an eternity, nothing more of a reward is possible.

In the final verse, the literal English translation has David singing, “I will praise you forever for you have produced ; and I will wait for your name that for good , in sight of your saints .” Here, again, the first-person is the identification of the inner elohim that leads a wife-soul of Yahweh to do acts of goodness. This means the “praise” [rooted in the verb meaning “to throw, cast”] is the elohim casting out the voice of Yahweh through His servant’s lips. The “praise” done by the wife-soul is then an echo of this; just as David’s Psalms of praise were the echoes of his divine inspirations, heard first within. These inner insights are the commands a submitted and devoted soul then follows in his or her flesh, so the good fruits are “produced.” The “name” of the elohim is today Jesus; so, each wife-soul married to Yahweh [in His name] will be reborn “in the name of Jesus – a Christ” Anointed by the Father, so divine patience keeps one from knee-jerk acts of sin. It is the inner presence of elohim within one’s soul that makes all works and deeds be seen as saintly by others; but the true “saint” is unseen, as the soul of Jesus resurrected within the soul-flesh of an apostle [male and/or female].

As the companion Psalm for the Track 1 Old Testament reading selection from Amos 8, one needs to see the opposite principles of souls who marry Yahweh [like did Amos and David], versus souls who resist such a commitment and fall prey to the influences of the world, becoming sinners. This is divine insight that came to David, while the powerful Saul [the King of Israel] sought to kill David. David knew the world was filled with souls married to demon spirits. Saul and Doeg the Edomite were two souls that loved evil more than goodness. The same world exists today, where all who seek to be like David must find the protection of Yahweh’s elohim, in order to escape the forces of evil.

This Psalm 52 then paints a picture of the divine protection Amos had as a true prophet of Yahweh, which protected him from the sword of Jeroboam. Today’s governments in Christian nations run roughshod over the churches, such as the perceived threat of COVID19 forced churches to cease operations. Saul and Doeg the Edomite are alive and well in the reincarnated bodies of modern politicians and false priests, whose soul have been sold for riches. Still, the prophecy sings, “and will see the righteous and fear”. The “righteous” these days do not wear robes and stand out as obvious – to be killed by an angry king, led by evil influences. Instead, they find refuge “in the house of the king’s brother,” which is metaphor for the twin souls within David’s “house” of flesh – his subservient soul, led by his inner king – Adam-Jesus – his elohim.

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