Psa. 68:21 ¶ But God will shatter the heads of his enemies,
the hairy crown of those who walk in their guilty ways.
The Psalmist David was praising God for victory over numerous enemies. Some of those enemies were referred to as ones with hairy crowns. This meant that the very scalp of their head was hairy. Who were these enemies? It could have been David's son Absalom who was obsessed with his own hair and eventually died as a result of having so much long hair that it got caught up in a tree. Or, it could have referred to some of the more barbaric enemies in the region. In an effort to make themselves look scary to the people they would grow their hair out long, not caring for it until it was simply a wild and unruly mess on the top of their heads. It didn't matter -- either those who were prideful of their hair, or those who chose to use their hair as a crazy costume -- God was going to be victorious, and he used the very center of th…