Psalms 103:6

6 God makes everything come out right; he puts victims back on their feet.

Psalms 103:6 Meaning and Commentary

Psalms 103:6

The Lord executeth righteousness and judgment for all that are
oppressed.
] Not only for the Israelites oppressed by the Egyptians, though the psalmist might have them in his view, by what follows; for whom the Lord did justice, by delivering them out of the hands of their oppressors, and by punishing Pharaoh and his people, and bringing down judgments upon them, both in Egypt and at the Red sea; but for all other oppressed ones in common, the poor, the widow, and the fatherless, who are often oppressed by the rich and mighty; the Lord judges their cause, and does them right, and frees them from their oppression; and so all good men who are oppressed by tyrannical princes and cruel persecutors, and all such whom the man of the earth, the man of sin, antichrist, oppresses, ( Psalms 10:18 ) and all those who are oppressed by the devil, buffeted by Satan, and bore down with his temptations; the Lord rebukes him in his own time, and delivers his people out of his hands; which is matter of praise and thankfulness: the psalmist, in this verse and the following, passes to the consideration of the good things God did for others, in order to keep up a warm sense of divine goodness upon his heart.

Psalms 103:6 In-Context

4 He redeems you from hell - saves your life! He crowns you with love and mercy - a paradise crown.
5 He wraps you in goodness - beauty eternal. He renews your youth - you're always young in his presence.
6 God makes everything come out right; he puts victims back on their feet.
7 He showed Moses how he went about his work, opened up his plans to all Israel.
8 God is sheer mercy and grace; not easily angered, he's rich in love.