Meditations in the Psalms
David begins this Messianic psalm with great awareness of his enemies and the struggles he is facing; but, he ends the psalm with great hope and victory as he brings praise to the Lord and concentrates on the glorious future that is coming when the Messiah returns and reigns as “Governor among the nations.” Of course, our Lord reigns – NOW, as well as in the future kingdom on earth!
- The way the believer responds – verse 26
- The worship which all people shall give to the Lord – verses 27-29
- The words which the believer shall declare – verses 30-31
Do not allow your present circumstances to rob you of the joy of future blessings! The great day of the Lord is coming! Let your heart be lifted up with praise and worship to the King of kings and Lord of lords!
Verse for Meditation
Verse 28 – “For the kingdom is the LORD’s: and He is the Governor among the nations.”
“I am so glad that You have the final victory and that Your kingdom will be an everlasting kingdom.”