“I am ready to fall.
My pain is ever with me.
I confess my iniquity.
I am sorry for my sin.
Those who are my foes without cause are mighty.
Many are those who hate me wrongfully.
Those who render me evil for good
Are my adversaries.
However I follow after good.”
David said he was ready to fall because the pain was all over him. He confessed his iniquity and was sorry for his sins. However, his foes and haters were strong and would render him evil for good. Notice that he says “foes without cause” or “hate me wrongfully.” This seems to indicate it would not be wrong to be his foe or hater if they had a reason to do so. Anyway, his adversaries brought evil for good, while David always followed the good. Once again, even in his confession of sinfulness, there was self-righteousness to it.