Psalm 58 and 59

  1. 58. When earthly rulers pervert Justice and ‘mete qut violence’, what can the righteous do? What will prove to them that ‘there is a God who judges on earth’? Notice the vivid imagery in verses 6-9.
  2. 59. Make a list of the different ways in which David addresses God here. How are the truths of the previous psalm applied here more personally to the psalmist’s own circumstances? Can you make some similar personal application?