I am going to show how to apply a verse from the Bible in under two minutes. Psalm 9.16 contains the following statement: “The LORD is known by the judgment which he executeth: the wicked is snared in the work of his own hands. Higgaion. Selah.”
The meaning is that according to God’s judgment the wicked are snared by their own devices, and we should pause and meditate on this fact.
Here is an example of how this verse is playing itself out before our eyes. Most blacks who voted in 2008 and 2012, voted for Obama, and they did so just because Obama is black, as if color were a virtue. It turns out that Obama has decided to side with black thugs against the cops. What happens then? The cops back off and homicides increase, which is mostly about blacks killing blacks. There is a practical lesson in poetic justice, a verse of Scripture in action.
True, some whites and some conservatives are hurt on account of the anarchy, and the nation too. But the lesson holds. Those who vote for color instead of virtue reap the whirlwind. You want riots? You want the cops to back off? Blacks will suffer most. If you’re a ‘black lives matter’ protester, you think about that. Your racist vote was a snare that you set for yourself.