“Who is God except Yahweh?
Who is a rock, besides our God?
This is the God who girded me with strength.
He made my way safe.
He made my feet
Like the feet of a deer.
He set me secure on the heights.
He trains my hands for war.
Thus my arms can bend a bow of bronze.
You have given me
The shield of your salvation.
Your right hand has supported me.
Your help has made me great.
You gave me a wide place for my steps under me.
My feet did not slip.
I pursued my enemies.
I overtook them.
I did not turn back
Until they were consumed.
I struck them down.
Thus they were not able to rise.
They fell under my feet.
You girded me with strength for the battle.
You made my assailants sink under me.
You made my enemies turn their backs to me.
Those who hated me
They cried for help.
However, there was no one to save them.
They cried to Yahweh,
However he did not answer them.
I beat them fine.
They were like dust before the wind.
I cast them out
Like the mire of the streets.”
Once again, like 2 Samuel, chapter 22, Yahweh was the strength and rock for David. His feet were like the hoofs of a deer in their ability to run fast. Yahweh made his arms so strong that he could even use a bronze bow. Yahweh made his feet steady so that he would never slip. When the battle raged, he was faster and stronger than his enemy. He crushed his enemies. They were utterly destroyed as they were struck down and fled. No one was there to save them, even when they cried out to Yahweh. David beat them like the dust of the earth. As usual, there was no indication of any empathy for enemies. He just wiped them out completely.