Our times politically and socially are presenting individuals who prior operated in the background, but now are brazen enough to function openly.
So, we understand the total picture we reference and identify scripturally the wickedness before you, through King Solomon and King David and are given a thorough description to apply our discernment of what and who we are dealing with spiritually even though it appears on the physical plain.
 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
As we approach the battle ground we encounter individuals physically. Our battle with these individuals, appears physical, but in reality we are dealing on a spiritual level with those Spirit’s controlling and manipulating the individual. That individual is known and identified as being Belial.
Solomon relates how a man of Belial is described.
He is a wicked man, that makes a trade of doing evil, especially with his tongue (Psalms 6:2), for he walks and works his designs with a froward mouth, by lying and perverseness, and direct opposition to God and man. He says and does everything, (1) Very artfully and with design. He has the subtlety of the serpent and carries on his projects with a great deal of craft and management (Psalm 6:3. With his eyes, with his feet, with his fingers.
He expresses his malice when he dares not speak out, thus he carries on his plot with those about him, whom he makes use of as the tools of his wickedness, understands the ill-meaning of a wink of his eye, a stamp of his feet, the least motion of his fingers.
He gives orders for evil-doing, and yet would not be thought to do so, but has ways of concealing what he does, so that he may not be suspected. He is a close man, and upon the reserve, those only shall be let into the secret that would do anything he would have them to do.
He is a cunning man, and upon the trick, he has a language by himself, which an honest man is not acquainted with, nor desires to be
(2) Very spitefully and with ill design. It is not so much ambition or covetousness that is in his heart, as downright frowardness, malice, and ill-nature.
He aims not so much to enrich and advance himself as to do an ill turn to those about him. He is continually devising one mischief or other, purely for mischief-sake–a man of Belial indeed, of the devil, resembling him not only in subtlety but in malice.
As the Holy Spirit revealed the following information in Psalms 58, research brought me additional information. The Holy Spirit revealed this Psalm, written by
David (before he was King), identifies the malice of Saul against David.
It shows how God preserved him from those persecutions; thus, this Psalm became precious to David. But as well gives a glimpse of how to recognize the evil being applied towards our countries, governments, and leaders of today, both Spiritually and Physically.
Being similar to what David endured, so we can learn via this Psalm, how God lead him through what he faced. And eventually made him King.
In addition, we hear further from King Solomon: a proud man, we mean one who esteems himself better than others; by a humble man, we say one who counts others better than himself. The proud man is so convinced of his intrinsic superiority that if appearances are against him if others obtain more recognition, honour, wealth than he, the fault seems to him to lie in the evil constitution of the world, which cannot recognize merit; for his own intrinsic superiority is the axiom which is always to be taken for granted; “his neighbours, therefore, find no favour in his eyes, and he even desires their calamity and ruin,” in order, as he would put it, that everyone may be set in his due place [Proverbs 21:10]
The promises of God are strong inducements to sanctification, in both the branches thereof; namely, 1. The dying unto sin, or mortifying our lusts and corruptions: we must cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of flesh and spirit. Sin is filthiness, and there are defilements of body and mind. There are sins of the flesh, that are with the body, and sins of the spirit, spiritual wickednesses; and we must cleanse ourselves from the filthiness of both, for God is to be glorified both with body and soul 2. The living unto righteousness and holiness. If we hope God is our Father, we must endeavour to be partakers of his holiness, to be holy as he is holy, and perfect as our Father in heaven is perfect. We must be still perfecting holiness, and not be contented with sincerity (which is our gospel perfection), without aiming at sinless perfection, though we shall always come short of it while we are in this world; and this we must do in the fear of God, which is the root and principle of all religion, and there is no holiness without it. Note, Faith and hope in the promises of God must not destroy our fear of God, who taketh pleasure in those that fear him and hope in his mercy.
Remember, these messages are given by a humble servant obedient to our Lord Yeshua as a “Watchman.” I pray for all. ”Our Heavenly Father brings us to the river which bringeth forth fruit so we may partake of its sustenance and be filled spiritually with nurturing wisdom, and humble dedication in service to Yeshua.“ “Blessings to All.” As you go forward in peace, knowledge, and strength. In the name of Yeshua, we pray Amen and Amen.