The Psalmist once more starts off this Psalm with a portrayal of the wicked person that understandably isn’t complimentary.
The main focus, however, is to the God of righteousness and steadfast love. It gets me thinking about what steadfast love is all about and why it is so closely linked.
It’s around this time that you would rightly be expecting me to come up with a response. That would be too easy, though. I do, however, love how the two are closely related and why it remains worthwhile relating to God who engages in this way in the light of a world with people who choose to oppose that with self-centred motives.
No wonder we want Him to continue to show that kinda love and righteousness to those who are upright in heart.
For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden