“For You, O LORD, have made me glad by what You have done, I will sing for joy at the works of your hands.” Psalm 92: 4 (NAS)
Psalm 92 is a song for the Sabbath, a song of worship. Worship is good, pleasant, beneficial, and appropriate. In this context, the psalmist lists three ways worship is demonstrated: by giving thanks, singing praises, and declaring God’s attributes. The psalmist is motivated to worship because the LORD has made him glad. The author rejoices because of what the LORD has done. God destroys the wicked; and He causes the righteous to prosper, so that we may proclaim His righteousness.
· Repentance (2 Peter 3:9)
· Outpouring of His Spirit in families, churches, nation (Joel 2:28)
· Thankful hearts (Psalm 92:1; 1 Thess. 5:18)
· Worship the LORD joyfully and wholeheartedly (Psalm 92:1-3; Psalm 9:1)
· Abundance (Psalm 92: 12-14; John 10:10)
· Bold declaration of God’s goodness and righteousness (Psalm 92: 15; Psalm 78:4)
What has the LORD done recently? For what are you rejoicing? We welcome your comments!