Deliver me from the workers of iniquity, and save me from bloody men.
Deliver me from the workers of iniquity,....
See Gill on "Psalms 6:8";
and save me from bloody men; such as Saul sent to kill David, as appears from the title of the psalm; and such as were concerned in the death of Christ; and such, are the enemies of God's people, the followers of the man of sin. The heap of words, the various expressions used in a way of petition, in this verse and Psalms 59:1, show the distress the psalmist was in, and whom he represents; his importunity, earnestness, and fervency in prayer.