Man is changing all the time, no need to prove that, whereas God cannot change in the least. He is Being itself (and they say that He does not exist!), so that He has all being in Him and there is no being that He can acquire. But by any change whatsoever He would acquire some being. Therefore He cannot change. Now the Psalms were all written by God, through human instruments like King David but ultimately by God, so that each Psalm is a little self-portrait of the unchanging God, as true to Him as ever, despite all confusion of men in succeeding ages, including our own. Let us look at Psalm 77 (modern numbering 78) to see what is at the heart of the Covid confusion, dating from the spring of last year. It is not complicated.
1–4 The Psalmist begins by calling his listeners to attention: to the coming generation he is going to tell of the past glories of God, just as past generations told of them notice, here is Tradition. Contrast how today “education” does the exact opposite, even forbidding “educators” to mention the very name of God.
5 He established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, which He commanded our fathers to teach to their children; 6 that the next generation might know them, the children yet unborn, and arise and tell them to their children, 7 so that they should set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep His Commandments; obviously, modern “education” is wanting to shut out God. 8 and that they should not be like their fathers, a stubborn and rebellious generation, a generation whose heart was not steadfast, whose spirit was not faithful to God. here in 2021 is the essence of our generation.
9–20 For instance even after all the miracles by which God led the Israelites out of Egypt and into the Promised Land, such as water sufficient for a whole people being struck from dry rock, still there were those who refused to obey God, saying that He could never feed them in the middle of the desert.
21–22 Therefore, when the LORD heard, he was full of wrath; a fire was kindled against Jacob, His anger mounted against Israel; because they had no faith in God, and did not trust His saving power. God is equally angry with the faithless modern West because it is trusting in “scientists” and politicians who lie, in materialists who are blind, and not in Him. Covid is the punishment.
23–29 Yet God fed the Israelites abundantly with manna. 30 Still they sinned. 31 Again He struck. 32 Still they disbelieved. 33 He killed them. 34–37 Then they turned to Him, but it was insincere. 38–40 God in His goodness, remembering men’s frailty, forgave them, but how often in the desert they grieved Him! 41–51 How often they clean forgot all He had done in Egypt, to punish Egyptians and Israelites alike. How often God has scourged modern Europe with terrible revolutions and wars, and now Covid, (less the supposed virus than the appalling “vaccine”). Yet still the people largely disregard Him.
52–58 Finally God led His People into the Promised Land, but even there they practised idolatry. 59–64 Once again God is furious, rejecting Israel and handing over the Israelites to their enemies Covidites and Communists today. 65–66 Once again, God relents, and this time scatters the Israelites’ enemies. If only Westerners would turn, and return, to God, both Covidites and Communists could disappear like a puff of wind. 67–72 But God still loves Judah especially, and gave to it the great King David.