Read Psalm 10
Injustice is everywhere – across the globe, elsewhere in our country, and sometimes right in our home town. It seems like God doesn’t care, or isn’t there.
The writer of this psalm seems to have similar thoughts. This psalm is arranged in two sections – vv 1-11, and vv 12-18. The first portion expresses concern about the Lord letting the wicked oppress the poor, and the second section is the prayer of the observer or victim to God about the situation.
- What is the attitude of the wicked toward God?
- How does the writer see success for the wicked?
- How would you describe the faith shown in the prayer in the last portion of the chapter?
- What does the observer/victim realize about God?
- When you seen real injustice or oppression, what is your response?
- What actions should you take?
The LORD is king forever and ever! The godless nations will vanish from the land. -v16