Psalms 107-110 (The Daily Walk Bible).

There is some good advice here from Psalm 109. We once again see David at his wits end because of attacks: “I love them, but they try to destroy me.” He does seem particularly pointed and harsh in this Psalm, but we do see that he turns his accusers over to God for judgement rather than trying to do it himself (109:28). That’s an important reminder for all of us when we have people who attack or slander us. We also see that, although he does want to be vindicated, David continues to pray for his enemies: “they try to destroy me — even as I am praying for them!”

Psalm 110 has several references to Jesus Christ that are quoted in the New Testament:

Psalm 110:1 is quoted in Matthew 22:44, Mark 12:36; Luke 20:42, Acts 2:34, and Hebrews 1:13.

Psalm 110:4 is quoted in Hebrews 5:6, Hebrews 6:20, and Hebrews 7:17, 21.

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