|Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary|
35:17-28 Though the people of God are, and study to be, quiet, yet it has been common for their enemies to devise deceitful matters against them. David prays, My soul is in danger, Lord, rescue it; it belongs to thee the Father of spirits, therefore claim thine own; it is thine, save it! Lord, be not far from me, as if I were a stranger. He who exalted the once suffering Redeemer, will appear for all his people: the roaring lion shall not destroy their souls, any more than he could that of Christ, their Surety. They trust their souls in his hands, they are one with him by faith, are precious in his sight, and shall be rescued from destruction, that they may give thanks in heaven.
Verse 28. - And my tongue shall speak of thy righteousness and of thy praise all the day long (camp. vers. 9, 10, and 18). David means to premise perpetual gratitude and thankfulness. He will not merely return thanks publicly, once for all, in the great congregation (ver. 18), but will continue to praise God always.
Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible
And my tongue shall speak of thy righteousness,.... In vindicating his cause, and bringing his enemies to shame and confusion, as well as of the glory and excellency of that righteousness of his, by which he was justified in his sight, and from whence his inward peace and prosperity flowed:
and of thy praise all the day long; for the many mercies, temporal and spiritual, he was every day favoured with.
Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary
28. In this praise of God's equitable government (Ps 5:8) the writer promises ever to engage.
Psalm 35:28 Parallel Commentaries
Psalm 35:28 NIV
Psalm 35:28 NLT
Psalm 35:28 ESV
Psalm 35:28 NASB
Psalm 35:28 KJV
Bible Hub: Online Parallel Bible