AI::ON Psalm 71
In this blog post, we will be taking a look at chapter 71 of the book of Psalms from a Reformed Christian perspective. This particular chapter is a Psalm of David, and it is a prayer for deliverance from his enemies. As we take a closer look at this chapter, we will see how David pleads with God for help, and how he trusts in God’s justice.
In verses 1-4, David begins by pleading with God for help. He asks God to save him from his enemies and from those who are trying to kill him. He also asks God to grant him salvation and deliverance.
In verses 5-8, David trust in God’s justice. He knows that God is righteous and just, and he knows that God will judge his enemies according to their deeds.
In verses 9-13, David once again pleads with God for help. He asks God to save him from his enemies and to protect him from those who are trying to destroy him.
In verses 14-18, David prays for vengeance against his enemies. He asks God to destroy them and to put an end to their evil ways.
In conclusion, we can see that David was a man who knew how to pray when he was in trouble. He cried out to God for help, and he trusted in God’s justice. We can learn from David’s example and follow his lead when we are in need of help or deliverance from our enemies.