What more proof do you need to see that the Bible is not a Klingon book?
These words from Psalm 33 go a long way toward making itc clear that the Scriptures do not reflect traditional Klingon ideas regarding strength and power. Add in David’s victory over Goliath - rejecting the King’s armor and sword for his mere slingshot. Or the Hebrew’s victory over Jericho with nothing but marching and trumpets. Or Paul’s “thorn in the flesh” of which he said
Together these underline a basic rather non-Klingon theme: Our security, our victory can’t be found in a simple application of power, of HoS - we have to trust God.
And this is the proof that the Bible is not a human book either.
For, just as Klingons do, humans try to succeed on their own. We strive for independance, for security. But when we feel that in our hearts from the Bible we hear
Paul has it right. The Bible has it right. However gifted we are with strength, however accomplished we are in life - those gifts, those accomplishments are gifts from God. Not treasured power that comes from us - but gifts that God extends to us, so we can help those in need.
Rejoice, give thanks, and when we are weak remember
A HoS loD ghaH ghobe' toDta' Sum Dun HoS.
A mighty man is not delivered by great strength. Psalm 33:16
When we are weak we can remember - when we are weak, then, he is HoS - he is stronger still - strong enough to bring us through.