The ungodly act brashly without thinking, whereas the godly give careful thought to their actions, for a great chasm exists between human and divine wisdom. No human scheming will succeed in overturning God’s plan; nothing can prevail against his wisdom and power (v. 30). Warhorses, which drew chariots and gave their armies great military advantage, epitomize human wisdom and strength. Men prepare them for battle, but the king and his people dare not ultimately trust in them; rather, they must “trust in the name of the LORD our God” (Ps. 20:7). This is wise counsel, because “victory belongs to the LORD” (Prov. 21:31).