“Let the righteous strike me!
Let the faithful correct me!
Never let the oil of the wicked anoint my head!
My prayer is continually against their wicked deeds.
When they are given over to those who shall condemn them,
Then they shall learn that my words were pleasant.
Like a rock that one breaks apart,
Like a rock that shatters on the land,
So shall their bones be strewn
At the mouth of Sheol.”
David said that the righteous and faithful ones should strike and correct him. However, he would never let the wicked ones anoint his head with oil or praise him in any way. In fact, he prayed continually to avoid wicked deeds. The results for the wicked were condemnation and unpleasant words. David wanted their bones to be like rocks breaking apart and being shattered all over the land so that they would end up at the mouth of the deadly underworld of Sheol.