Psalm 109 Commentary of the Bible

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    When You are Falsely Accused  ( Psalm 109 )  Sunday Message

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    Psalm 109 reflects a common problem which we have all experienced. The psalm describes the reactions of a man who has been unjustly accused, wrongly treated. He has been set upon by those who are attempting to destroy him, yet without a cause. The psalm also is a problem psalm. One need only read it to be troubled about this psalm. Why should this strange, extravagant language of hostility against another human being be included in the Book of Psalms. We shall attempt an answer to that as we go through the exposition of this psalm.

    When You Are Falsely Accused  ( Psalm 109 )  Daily Devotion

    But you, O Sovereign LORD, deal well with me for your name's sake; out of the goodness of your love, deliver me. (Psalm 109:21)

    Here is a man who is under attack from rather unscrupulous persons. Those who attack him so bitterly are obviously not to be trusted. They are deceitful, he says. They are wicked. In other words, they are determined upon evil, and they are thoroughly unscrupulous; they do not care what they say or what they do. With lying tongues they are out to destroy.