Psalm 58:11

11 Then people will say, “Surely the righteous still are rewarded; surely there is a God who judges the earth.”

Read Psalm 58:11 Using Other Translations

So that a man shall say, Verily there is a reward for the righteous: verily he is a God that judgeth in the earth.
Mankind will say, "Surely there is a reward for the righteous; surely there is a God who judges on earth."
Then at last everyone will say, “There truly is a reward for those who live for God; surely there is a God who judges justly here on earth.”

What does Psalm 58:11 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Psalms 58:11

So that a man shall say
Any man, and every man, especially, that is observing, wise, and knowing; he shall conclude, from such a dispensation of things, from God's dealing with the wicked after this manner:

verily, [there is] a reward for the righteous;
or "fruit" F11 for them: they have the fruits of divine love, the blessings of an everlasting covenant; and the fruit of Christ, the tree of life, which is sweet unto their taste, as are the benefits of his death, his word and ordinances; and the fruits of the Spirit, his several graces wrought in their souls; and the fruits of righteousness, the effect of which is peace; and is a reward they receive in, though not for keeping the commands of God; and they gather fruit unto eternal life, which is the recompence of reward, the reward of the inheritance, the great reward in heaven, which remains for them; and which they shall have, not for their own righteousness's sake, but for the sake of Christ's righteousness; from which they are denominated righteous persons, and which gives them a right and title to it: so that this is a reward, not of debt as due to them, and to be claimed by them on account of any thing they have done; but of grace, streaming through the blood and righteousness of Christ;

verily, he is a God that judgeth in the earth;
that there is a God is known by the judgments that he executeth; and that he judgeth in the earth, and is the Judge of all the earth, who will do right, may be concluded from the vengeance inflicted on wicked men; and he will one day judge the world in righteousness, by him whom he has ordained to be Judge of quick and dead. The words in the Hebrew text are in the plural number, (Myjpv Myhla) , "gods that judge": which Kimchi and Ben Melech say is on account of honour; or as they, with Aben Ezra, interpret it, of the angels: but these are not judges in the earth; rather it is expressive of a trinity of Persons in the Godhead, Father, Son, and Spirit. The Father is the Judge of all, though he does not execute judgment; but has committed it to the Son, who is Judge of quick and dead; and the Spirit judges, reproves, and convinces the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment.


FOOTNOTES:

F11 (yrp) "fructus", V. L. Pagninus, Montanus
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