Shalom, everyone! Psalm 94 is traditionally recited as the “psalm of the day” (Shir Shel Yom) for the fourth day of the week, which corresponds to Wednesday on the Gregorian calendar. The psalm is recited at the end of Wednesday morning prayer (Shacharit) services. According to tradition, Psalm 94 was read by the Levites in the Temple on the fourth day of the week because of it’s relation to the fourth day of Creation.
Psalm 94 reminds us that The Almighty does not forget injustice, especially injustice from those in positions of leadership. Unjust leaders create evil laws that cause suffering to many. The wicked thrive when unjust leaders are in power. The Almighty will deal with injustice in His timing, and His justice is very thorough. The Almighty will fight for those who love Him and obey His commandments, but the wicked He will judge and sweep them away. Vengeance belongs to The Almighty.
The following is our video about Psalm 94 in English, adapted from the Jewish Publication Society (JPS) 1917 version of the Tanakh:
Shir Shel Yom: Yom Revi’i – Psalm 94 – Apr 05 2020
Video from Bnei Yisrael Society/YouTube