Psalms Chapter 7 Discussion

  • Fortheauthor on Psalms 7
    Jesus said, "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do". He came to die and offer His forgiveness to His enemies and persecutors.

    Father, help us in these difficult and latter days to have a right perspective. Grant a special mercy and protection to our Christian brothers and sisters facing intense persecution. Comfort them in their affliction and give them wisdom in the face of their persecutors. Grant them a quick escape route and keep them free from evil intentions. Help them to be "wise as serpents and innocent as doves". When they cannot escape in this life, grant them the peace of knowing that though they may destroy the body, they can never touch the soul of those who belong to you. May your Word continue to go forth unhindered and unbound. How beautiful are the feet of those who bring the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ: may they be blessed beyond measure! Amen and Maranatha!
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 7
    God judges the righteous people,his people,and wicked people stir his anger continually.The righteous people have a trust in their God,from their hearts,and desire to see an end of wickedness,even in this world.Whereas the wicked never have him in their rambling of mind.Frustration,disappointment,and violence stem from the works of the wicked.Daily living in the awfulness of situations they bring on themselves is a just reward.Believers have pity for the wicked, but there is no like concern returning from them.Believers should not persue a desire to be as sinful,rather to be,pleasing to our God who is love.The judging of believers is an interaction with God, for our good,putting to death the old man within,and glorifying God,evoking praise for him, from within the heart which he has turned from stone to flesh.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Psalms 7:16
    It means, Pause and think on these things.
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 7:16
    Just correcting a spelling error: it should have been written as "to lift up or to exalt". Apologies.
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 7:16
    The interpretation of Selah is not certain. We know that when it is used in the Psalter, it's often used in Psalms that are sung or of praise to God. Therefore, it can mean "to life up or to exalt" as an ending to some declaration. Or, it could be a direction or musical notation to the singers to "pause, be silent or become louder or softer according to the musical director". So, one cannot be certain as to its meaning or even how the Jews today view that word or if they take much notice of it in their readings.
  • Bonnie on Psalms 7:16
    What Is Selah ?
  • Kevin Mack on Psalms 7
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  • Luther Bradley Lewis - in Reply on Psalms 7
    I didn't support Trump in the beginning but he has been such a great President. Pro Christian, Pro Israel, Pro Constitution, Pro-Life, against Planned Parenthood. He stands for the Christians. Pray that God will give him Godly men around him to counsel him. Lord, I ask you to give President Trump discernment.
  • Kevin Mack on Psalms 7
    Sounds like the people behind the false impeachment of our President is in for a tuff time.
  • Kenisha hamilton on Psalms 7
    you have to learn to forgive at all time , your heart must not be heavy , and be careful what you do in life because , it will come back and haunt you , let the lord god be the judge of all that's going on , try to live right with god , and remember there's no place for wicked doers .
  • TC on Psalms 7
    God is omnipotent!
  • Geraldine cole on Psalms 7
    If u die with unforgivness in your hart u will go to Hell why there is no unforgivness in Heaven
  • Brianna on Psalms 7
    These dirges show the depth of David's relationship with his God, Jehovah. Even as a king, with fearsome warriors at his side, he turned to God to be his rescuer. This shows the need to really cultivate a TRUE relationship with God. Not a superficial one based off emotions, but one based of the convincing truth that God is a savior to his people, and that he will help us if we are obedient.
  • Hazel Carty on Psalms 7
    God is good all the time all the time God is good
  • Kathy Stephenson on Psalms 7
    What is interpretation of verse 11. Saying the Lord is angry at the wicked everyday.
  • A dsiciple on Psalms 7
    "The LORD shall judge the people: judge me, O LORD, according to my righteousness, and according to mine integrity that is in me." According to some forms of religion the offering of Cain or the prayer of the Pharisee would be nothing even to question. The world is filled with people who want to be productive and responsible and have made a way for making themselves righteous by some imagined moral superiority over others. But God searches the innermost self and the thoughts and intents of all our hearts, without respect of persons. It is to Him and to the cause of His Anointed, our Saviour Jesus, that we are evaluated and nothing else instead will move Him to favor or preference.
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Bill (cont.); My complaint is that you will not respond as a brother to me, not to ensure we're both right with each other, or even to explain better what I may have misunderstood. Instead you stand behind a stone wall of silence, except to attack out of the ambush! That's my perception. But what have I really written that you think is unscriptural or not of the Spirit's thoughts?
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Bill; I have really tried to reach out to you on so many occasions; and you don't answer what I write to you! The Lord said, If your brother trespass against you, go and tell him his fault. If he repent, forgive him. If he refuses to hear, take one or two for witnesses, and rehearse in their ears. If he still won't hear, bring it before the Assembly. After that there's nothing left of brotherhood.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 7
    Our words should differ from the words and ill intentions of unsaved people.People of this world who are spiritually dead,flail about to the hurt of believers,who tire of the condition the world is in,people who will suffer infliction of sin,like as,they bring on others every day.Believers are God's witness,see God's worthiness,Jesus,our savior,died for sin.They are in peril,we live by grace,saved
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    "Oh let the wickedness of the wicked come to an end; but establish the just: for the righteous God tries the hearts and reins (mind, interior self). My defense is of God, which saves the upright in heart." God is not deceived by any false sentimentality concerning the wicked and their works; and He has put a difference between His people and those who will not come to Jesus for mercy and healing.
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    "The LORD shall judge the people: judge me, O LORD, according to my righteousness, and according to mine integrity that is in me." Integrity: completeness; fig. prosperity; mor. innocence; full, perfect, simplicity, uprightness; the root word for the stones set in the High Priest's Breastplate, meaning, Complete Truth. The integrity of the ground makes for the prosperity of the good seed sown.
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Steve M; Neither Jesus nor any of the Apostles or Prophets ever went around only speaking Scriptures without teaching the sense and the meaning of the Sacred Text. We need to know what the Scripture means if we want to expound it to others; for how can someone believe in what they can't understand? When the Ethiopian Noble needed help understanding the meaning of the Scriptures, Philip explained.
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Steve; I'm still not understanding; do you have something you want to say? Are you accusing me of all those things? You know that Proverb about a word FITLY SPOKEN? Tell me specifically what you think I write that's NOT of His Spirit, or that I speak out of my own mind. Give me ONE! You do not offend me but in part. But if what I write IS according to the Spirit's teaching, then why the hostility?
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Steve M; Do I know who keeps erasing Scripture as if it doesn't exist?
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Steve Morrow; AMEN! But unless you finish your thought with me, how do I know whether you are using the Word to encourage and support me, or to cut me in pieces with it? I hope its for comfort and encouragement! What is the gist of my doctrine? By what Spirit do I frame my thoughts and try to bring out the sense and the meaning of the Scriptures? What does the Word mean to you? How do you read it?
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Stephen Morrow; I'm sorry if I come across that way to you or others; ALL I think about and try to write is as you so accurately quoted: IN ONE SPIRIT WITH ONE MIND --- STRIVING TOGETHER FOR THE FAITH OF THE GOSPEL. I work very hard to keep myself back from reacting to the obstinate and contrary ones. I know that patience has to be worked out by trial and opposition, resisting temptation to fight.
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    Interesting how the very substance contained in this Psalm's Title is played out in the multitude of contentious and fault-finding responses! "Shiggaion of David, which he sang unto the LORD, concerning the words of Cush the Benjamite." Shiggaion means, A departure from what is right, true, correct; a deviation from the normal or the typical; mental derangement or lapse. See Genesis 6:3
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    servant; "Victory over sin and death was accomplished only by Christ on the cross." AND, if then you be indeed a good planting of the Lord, you NECESSARILY WILL ALSO bear good fruit, won't you? If there really be that grace wrought in us; won't we reflect that same grace by His Spirit's working in our lives; whereby He will convict the world of sin, of righteousness, and of judgement? How else?
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    YES, servant! as it is written; "Many good works have I shewed you from my Father; for which of those works do ye stone me?" John 10:32; and "For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them." Ephesians 2:10. Also: Matthew 5:16; 1 Timothy 5:10,25; 6:18; Titus 1:16; 3:8,14; Hebrews 10:24; 2 Timothy 3:17; James 3:13; etc.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 7
    Disciple,"UNTO good works!",again,you point to all you believe/discuss about salvation.Alex,While we agree on not being able to lose eternal life,I can also agree with a broken clock,that is,only twice a day.Being fixed in your persistence to propagate erroneous teaching,makes you appear heretical.May God continue to have mercy on both of you and by his grace save you.This space is for commentary.

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