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Bible Commentaries

Bridgeway Bible Commentary

Psalms 5

Verses 1-12

Psalms 5:0 Joy of the godly

In another morning prayer David again recalls the attacks that certain enemies made on him. This leads him to consider the different attitudes God has towards the godly and the ungodly. David expects God to hear his prayers and save him from his enemies (1-3).
The reason for David’s confidence is that his enemies belong to that group of people whose wickedness brings only opposition from God (4-6). By contrast, David worships God with a true heart and has a sincere desire to know God’s ways and walk in them (7-8). The speech of the wicked reveals the evil in their hearts, and because of that evil, God will punish them. On the other hand, the joy of the righteous displays their love for God, and because of that love, God will protect them (9-12).

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Flemming, Donald C. "Commentary on Psalms 5". "Brideway Bible Commentary". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/bbc/psalms-5.html. 2005.