I detest that psalm. I do love the verse that says “Like a strong armed force moves the congregation of God; Brothers, we are treading where the holy people have trod. We are not separated, each of the one body we, One in trust and tenet, one in philanthropy.” The truth of the matter is that “the Church” is a long way from not partitioned and they are about as one in trust and convention as the Taliban and Hari Krishnas. I’d say than the Baptists and the Taliban, however they are an excessive amount of alike in trust and principle. Possibly that is the reason they can’t take a few to get back some composure on this “You should not murder” thing.
At the point when Moses went up onto Mount Sinai to get the Ten Commandments (Exodus 19:20), he cleared out the Israelites for forty days and forty evenings (Exodus 24:18). The Israelites expected that he would not return, and approached Aaron to make divine beings for them (Exodus 32:1). The Bible does not note Aaron’s feeling of this demand, only that he went along, and got together the Israelites’ brilliant hoops. He dissolved them and built the brilliant calf.
The calf rung a bell and was loved in light of the fact that this was the time in history when Taurus the Bull was the indication of the zodiac that commanded the Spring Equinox. Religions tend to love the creature that possessed this sign as far as astro-religious philosophy. This would be around 2000 BC when Taurus was going out of this position because of the parade of the equinoxes and Aries the Lamb was having it’s spot. At any rate, Aaron makes a sacrificial stone and they all host a gathering. Awful move.
God chooses to murder the general population, despite the fact that He just kept in touch with “You might not execute” with his own finger. Moses implored him to reconsider this position. (Departure 32:11); the Lord yielded.