In the second half of Psalm 2:7, we come to the skinned knees reality of life and what genuine faith looks like in action. Many look at this section and say David's assurance in Yahweh expressed in verses 1-6 has evaporated and so a panicked David seeks God in his fear. Others disagree. This is a Psalm that reflects the reality of the life of faith. We hear David praying in the midst of his problem. He does not know what God will do in this situation. Yet, he is sure God will prevail and he will wait on the LORD.
I. David's Urgent Plea (v. 7-9)
II. David's Request (v.11-12)
III. David's Application (v.10, 13-14)