Ps 26:1
26:1 <<[A Psalm] of David.>> Judge me, {a} O LORD; for I have
     walked in mine integrity: I have trusted also in the LORD;
     [therefore] I shall not slide.

     (a) He flees to God to be the judge of his just cause,
         seeing there is no equity among men.

Ps 26:2
26:2 Examine me, O LORD, and prove me; try my {b} reins and my

     (b) My very affections and inward motions of the heart.

Ps 26:3
26:3 For thy {c} lovingkindness [is] before mine eyes: and I
     have walked in thy truth.

     (c) He shows what stayed him, that he did not recompense
         evil for evil.

Ps 26:4
26:4 I have not {d} sat with vain persons, neither will I go in
     with dissemblers.

     (d) He declares that they cannot walk in simplicity before
         God, that delight in the company of the ungodly.

Ps 26:6
26:6 I will {e} wash mine hands in innocency: so will I compass
     thine altar, O LORD:

     (e) I will serve you with a pure affection, and with the
         godly that sacrifice to you.

Ps 26:9
26:9 {f} Gather not my soul with sinners, nor my life with
     bloody men:

     (f) Destroy me not in the overthrow of the wicked.

Ps 26:10
26:10 In whose hands [is] {g} mischief, and their right hand is
      full of bribes.

      (g) Whose cruel hands execute the malicious devises of
          their hearts.

Ps 26:12
26:12 My foot standeth in {h} an even place: in the
      congregations will I bless the LORD.

      (h) I am preserved from my enemies by the power of God,
          and therefore will praise him openly.