This is "To the chief musician, on a stringed instrument, of David." Here it is the soul more than the people and their enemies. And though the heart is overwhelmed, the cry is to God. From the end of the earth is strange and sad for a Jew, but makes no difference to God, Whose chastening is accepted, and His leading to a Rock higher than himself is counted on. go cannot fail, though His people do. Nor does the Spirit look for a refuge only but "the king," not as erst to be rejected, but to abide for ever. So will the godly praise His name for ever, performing vows day by day.