Psalm 109:26–27 (ESV) … “Help me, O LORD my God! Save me according to your steadfast love! Let them know that this is your hand; you, O LORD, have done it!.”
Contents: Complaint of the malice of enemies and appeal to the righteous God for judgment.
Characters: God, David, Satan.
Conclusion: When enemies are spiteful and malicious, it is the unspeakable comfort of the Christian that God is for him and that to Him they may apply, knowing that He will concern Himself for them and will visit overwhelming ruin upon the enemy in His own time and way.
Key Word: Adversaries, v. 20.
Strong Verses: 31.
Striking Facts: David is here a type of Christ who was compassed about with hateful enemies, who persecuted Him, not only without cause, but for His love and His good works. (John 10:32).) Yet He gave Himself to prayer to pray for them. However the imprecations here are not appropriate in the mouth of the Saviour. It is not the spirit of the Gospel, but of Sinai which here speaks out of the mouth of David.
In Christ & Friends Always,
 Brooks, K. (2009). Summarized Bible: Complete Summary of the Old Testament (p. 134). Logos Bible Software.