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Bible Commentaries

Bridgeway Bible Commentary

Psalms 58

Verses 1-11

Psalms 58:0 Corrupt judges

In Psalms 10-17 the psalmist considered the problem of the poor and innocent being trampled underfoot by people of power and wealth. (See notes on these psalms, including the special note that follows Psalms 10:0.) In Psalms 58:0 the psalmist deals more specifically with those who make such a situation possible, the corrupt judges. Evil in thoughts and actions, they are deaf to any pleas for justice (1-5). The psalmist appeals to God to break their power and destroy them, so that they disappear from human society (6-9). The righteous will rejoice when corruption and oppression receive their fitting judgment from God (10-11).

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Flemming, Donald C. "Commentary on Psalms 58". "Brideway Bible Commentary". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/bbc/psalms-58.html. 2005.