The 69th Psalm is known as a Messianic Psalm, as it foretells the documented experiences of Jesus during his execution. For instance, verse 21 foretells the occasion when Jesus was offered gall to drink as he hung from the torture stake. However, of particular interest, is the fact that verse five says: "O God, you yourself have come to know my foolishness, and from you my own guiltiness has not been hidden." Those few among you, who have not forfeited their reasoning ability completely, may perhaps realize that Jesus had no guilt before Jehovah. Therefore, what this indicates, to thinking persons at least, is that the Psalm has a broader application, extending to those who make up the body of Christ---also known as the anointed brothers of Christ.
So the experiences of the body of anointed ones during the finale parallels the experiences of Christ when he was on the earth. This is verified by Jesus himself, when giving the prophetic illustration of the sheep and the goats, and noting that what was done to his brothers would be counted as if done to him personally. So, the illustration points out that the goats are adversely judged simply because they didn't recognize the brothers of Christ in their plight. The 69th Psalm though adds details missing in the parable, to the effect that some would deliberately, knowingly, war against Christ's brothers. Verse two says of these: "Those hating me without cause have become even more numerous than the hairs of my head."
As if the script is taken from today's whining apostate rabble, who basically accuse the Watchtower of having defrauded them, the last part of the 5th verse says: "What I had not taken by robbery I then proceeded to give back." So, as it stands presently, it remains to be seen exactly how the over flowing flash floods of good-for-nothing men will temporarily silence Jehovah's Witnesses, but the coming persecution, of which the apostate brood are certain to be in the forefront, will be the determining factor for Jehovah's eternal judgments. That's why the inspired Psalmist, as if speaking for Christ during the judgment says: "Let them be wiped out of the book of the living ones."
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