This Psalm is a call to worship the Lord. Notice the two sets of triplets: "sing...sing...sing" (1-2) and "give...give...give" (7-8). A singing heart will also be a giving heart. After each triplet, there is a call to witness to the Truth among the heathen. "Declare His glory" (3) and "say among the heathen" (10). The final verse reminds us that the one we worship is coming and He will judge the world with righteousness and truth.
July 3, 2019
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True praise and worship is accompanied by hearts that are obedient to the LORD. This psalm is a call to praise the LORD, to sing and be joyful and to heart and obey His voice. Israel's sin and rebellion in the wilderness are put before us as an example. If we ignore the voice of the Holy Spirit, it will result in the hardening of our hearts. We will lose our sensitivity to His voice and His presence. Then our only hope will be punishment severe enough to wake us up. ...
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The Lord's power and dominion are on full display in this Psalm. It describes four elements of His kingdom: righteousness and justice are the foundation of his throne (2), He rules over all the earth with power (1-6), He is victorious over all false gods and religions (7), and the righteous will be joyful in His Kingdom (8-12). Verse 10 is especially striking. Those who claim to love the LORD will be tested by how much they hate evil. ...