This Psalm is a prayer for the punishment of the wicked. New Testament believers should desire and pray for the removal of all evil and for the establishment of the Kingdom of God. At the same time, our hearts should be moved with compassion for the lost and every effort should be made for the salvation of every soul with the knowledge that the prayer of this Psalm will be answered and every wicked soul punished.
June 24, 2019
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This Psalm serves as a reminder to any faced with dark circumstances that David found God's glory in a cave! He was being hunted like a dog, but he take a praise break in a cave. God's glory is greater than our circumstances. His mercy and truth with prevail. And if David can praise him and find his glory while hiding for his life in a cave, then certainly I can find His glory in the middle of my mess! ...
June 24, 2019
This is another Psalm depicting a time when David was fleeing Saul. This time, Saul had sent murderous men to watch the house where David was and to kill him when they had opportunity. As the Psalm progresses we see crafty enemies, a cry for deliverance, a compassionate Defender, and a continuous song. The faith of David is revealed in the last four verses. He knows these murderous men will begin hunting him in the evening and continue throughout the night. Nevertheless, he declares that he w...