Text: Psalm 109:1-31
This is a Psalm of David and it is composed of two kinds of prayers: prayers wishing evil people to be destroyed (vv. 1-20) and prayers appealing for God’s justice to prevail (vv. 21-31). However, it should be noted that as a Christian you should not pray for destruction of your enemies but for them to repent. David prayed these imprecatory prayers not to revenge personally but to motivate others to stand firm against sin and evil. King David concludes the Psalm with confidence in God that He will save him from his enemies (vv. 30-31) in every situation he was in. Praise God and trust Him for He will give you the victory.

Meditate on verses 30-31. How are you going to apply them to your life?
Father, in the name of Jesus Christ, I praise You for I know You will give me the victory. Amen.