If we did not have Psalm 22 or 31, what would Christians sing on Good Friday? Perhaps Psalm 69. Is the savior consumed by anger, as is hinted in John 2:13ff, or is he consumed as in spent, emptied, and cast aside?
Because zeal for your house has consumed me, I am scorned by those who scorn you. (10)
In context, I think more the latter. And these verses are poignant:
Insult has broken my heart, and I despair;
I looked for compassion, but there was none,
for comforters, but found none.
Instead they gave me poison for my food;
and for my thirst they gave me vinegar. (21-22)
My thoughts: will I comfort the Lord? Will I show the compassion looked for? Or will I play my part in feeding the needy poison and vinegar? In my best moments, I would say no. In my worst, the best I can muster is “I hope not.”