Summary: Does a righteous will not forsaken? Does the righteous will not suffer?
I Have Not Seen The Righteous Forsaken??
1. I have not seen the righteous forsaken,
2. Nor his descendants begging bread,
3. He is ever merciful, and lends (it means we show mercy instead of begging for mercy); and
4. His descendants bare blessed.
The big question is, "Is it true?" Let the bible explain itself. Let’s take a little closer the life of David, the one who wrote this powerful sentence.
It’s true that this is a Messianic Psalm, but it is true that the author of this passage is David; and it’s also true that this was David’s experience. And He felt that God had forsaken.
If this was David’s experience, and why he must said, "I have not seen the righteous forsaken?" Someone was lying here!
David was begging for bread? Again, WHY he must said, "Nor his descendants begging bread?"
Was David begging for someone’s mercy? Yes! He should ever merciful and lends, not begging for someone’s favor. THIS begins to confuse me!
4. In 2 Sam 13:14-17, 22. It told us about Amnon son of David RAPED his stepsister! That’s not enough; he sent her away RIGHT AFTER the rape. My beloved, is this what David call, "His descendants bare blessed?"
How about Absalom? 2 Sam 13:28, he killed Amnon! 2 Sam 18:32, he even rose against David, HIS OWN FATHER!
Again, and again, there is something is wrong with this "righteous blessings"!
David must be a big liar, OR he found "a key" of blessings. I, my self, believe for the second one. HE FOUND THE KEY OF ALL BLESSINGS!
What is it? Ps. 37:23-24, "The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD, and He delights in his way. Though he fall [righteous people can be fail, or fall, or discourage, and etc.], he shall not be utterly cast down; FOR [it’s a big FOR!] THE LORD UPHOLDS HIM WITH HIS HAND." That’s the secret: David is in God’s loving hand, His blooding hand. By His blood, we made rich. By His blood, we are healed!!! You may be fall, but if we are in His loving Hand, we are safe.
Isa 49:14-16, "See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands; Your walls are continually before Me!" That is the answer! We may be fall, but He, Jesus, never forsake us!