Once again the meaningless mantra. That is all you have. "you twist it out of it's true context", "you twist it out of it's true context", "you twist it out of it's true context",LOL, I know all about Psalm 49 and how you twist it out of it's true context to fit your false doctrines but I am not that ignorant about it dude.
For the context is about those who are rich and believe that by their money they can redeem their relatives from death.
You are the one interpreting Psalm 49 Out-Of-Context.
Jewish Publication Society Psalms 49:7-10
7 No man can by any means redeem his brother, nor give to God a ransom for him -
8 For too costly is the redemption of their soul, and must be let alone for ever -
9 That he should still live alway, that he should not see the pit.
10 For he seeth that wise men die, the fool and the brutish together perish, and leave their wealth to others.If the psalmist was only talking about the rich why would he include the fool and the brutish? Note vs. 7 "No man can" it does not read "no 'rich man'"