G. Campbell Morgan, a profound British preacher whose four sons all became pastors, influenced
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In the concluding verses of this Psalm, God’s triumphal entrance into Zion and the sanctuary is again described (vv. 24-27). It is pictured like a victory parade with singers and other musicians. The tribes of Benjamin and Judah, one small and one large, represent the southern portion of the kingdom. Zebulan and Naphtali represent the northern portion. When the Ark of the Covenant was taken up to Mount Zion, all the people watched the procession. The writer asked God to demonstrate His power (vv. 28-31). He called the nations to sing praise in recognition of His power and the majesty He has displayed in Israel and in the skies.
The historical victories of Israel, past, and present, only point to the coming mighty victory at Armageddon and the establishment of the kingdom of God on this earth with the center of government in Jerusalem (Isa. 2:2-4). At the Lord’s return He is going to put an end to the strife and turmoil which has marked this earth since Cain killed Abel. There will be no more false religions to lead men astray. The nations will come up year by year to Jerusalem to worship the true and living God in the temple. This will be one of the major factors of universal peace during the millennium.
The psalmist called the nations to sing praise to the Rider of the skies in recognition of His power and majesty (vv 32-35). The nations will not only come to worship; they will come to pay homage to Christ as King. He will scatter the people that delight in war, make an utter end of war, and reign as Prince of Peace.
When I consider all God has done for me, I should feel an overwhelming sense of awe. How privileged I am that God cares so much for me (2 Peter 3:9).
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Psalms 65:1-8Awesome Deeds of God’s Power
Psalms 65:9-13Abundant Provision of Harvest
Psalms 66:1-7The Nation Praised God
Psalms 66:8-15Tested But Brought to a Place of Blessing
Psalms 66:16-20The Leader Declared Praise to God
Psalms 67:1-7The People were Encouraged to Praise God
Psalms 68:1-10Fear And Praise Over God’s Triumph
Psalms 68:11-14From The Wilderness to Zion
Psalms 68:15-23Choosing Zion For His Dwelling Place
Psalms 68:24-35Calling The Nation to Praise
Psalms 69:1-12Suffering For The Lord’s Sake
Psalms 69:13-21Rescued From Misery And Trouble
Psalms 69:22-36Enemies to be Blotted Out of The Book of Life
Psalms 70:1-5Prayer For Relief From Adversaries
Psalms 71:1-13Prayer For God’s Protection
Psalms 71:14-24Continuation of a Life of Praise