David prays for help against his enemies, ver. 1 - 3.
Comforts himself with the assurance of deliverance, ver. 4 - 7.
To the chief musician on Neginoth, Maschil, A psalm of David, when the Ziphim came and said to Saul, Doth not David hide himself with us.
|54:1||Name - By thy own strength. Judge - Plead my cause.|
|54:3||Strangers - The Zephites, whom, though Israelites, he calls strangers in regard of their barbarous and perfidious carriage.|
|54:5||Thy truth - Whereby thou art engaged to fulfil thy promises and threatenings.|