All of the commentaries that I read say the psalmist is talking about "judges."
Here's a nice explanation that I found. you are gods
Here is what this psalm says judges should do and not do.
- Don't judge unjustly
- Don't show partiality to the wicked
- Defend the weak and the fatherless
- Uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed
- Rescue the weak and the needy
We should demand the same from our judges.
And then we should live our lives as we expect them to live.
What are some things that you can do to defend the weak and fatherless?
What are you doing to help the poor and the oppressed?
Are you rescuing the weak and the needy?
Somehow - over the decades - the church has abandoned our call and given many of these things over to the federal government. Now the government is jillions of dollars in debt and the church has become fat and lazy.
WE should change that. What are your ideas of how to live our lives within these guidelines for the judges? We can't judge the judges without judging ourselves.