Asaph wrote a psalm that pled the cause of the Jews that had been ravaged by Babylonian invaders. Not only did he ask God for respite and revival for God’s people, he also asked the Lord to punish their enemy. Asaph penitently recognized that Israel had sinned, and he begged the Lord not to hold the iniquities of their forefathers against them. Please open your Bible to Psalm seventy-nine, verse six, and listen as we rejoin Pastor Ray Viola’s study of this song of lamentation.