hate those who cling to worthless idols;
for me, I trust in the Lord.
7 I will be glad and
rejoice in your love,
you saw my affliction
knew the anguish of my soul.
8 You have not given
me into the hands of the enemy
have set my feet in a spacious place. NIV
psalm has been attributed to David. According to our society’s standards today,
perhaps you could say that David wasn’t always “politically correct” in his comments.
For instance, if you were to speak his statement in verse 6, how might many
people in our culture today react?
what circumstances do you think it is okay to “hate”?
that David was a battle-proven warrior, that enemies surrounded Israel, and
that he may even have been the king when this psalm was written, how do his
comments in these verses take on a more urgent meaning?
::::: Application Challenge :::::
terms of a spiritual battle, how could we, as followers of Jesus today, be under