Vs. 106 — I have sworn and confirmed That I will keep Your righteous judgments.
Charles H. Spurgeon:
Under the influence of the clear light of knowledge he had firmly made up his mind and solemnly declared his resolve in the sight of God. Perhaps mistrusting his own fickle mind, he had pledged himself in sacred form to abide faithful to the determinations and decisions of his God. Whatever path might open before him, he was sworn to follow that only upon which the lamp of the word was shining. The Scriptures are God’s judgments, or verdicts, upon great moral questions; these are all righteous, and hence righteous men should be resolved to keep them at all hazards, since it must always be right to do right. (Spurgeon, C. H. (2009). The treasury of David: Psalms 111-119 (Vol. 5, p. 342). Bellingham, WA: Logos Bible Software.)
I have sworn and confirmed that I will keep Your righteous judgments. This is my confession, my profession. In the grace of Christ thus I will walk.