|TRINITY BIBLE CHURCH|
There is no worse pain then pain inflicted by a friend turned enemy. In Psalm 35, David is dealing with enemies who were once his closest friends. They were so close, David considered them family. These once friends were now seeking his life and plotting his destruction. Like his descendent, David had his own set of Judases. Thus, David cries out against the injustice. He laments the treachery of these former friends and asks God to come to his defense. For anyone who has ever experienced the pain and suffering of a friends betrayal, Psalm 35 offers a prayer of appeal for comfort from the betrayal of a friend.