This psalm insists on the same subject as the two preceding; and contains, (1.) Demands of praise to the Redeemer, for the wonders he hath wrought; the victories he hath won; the discoveries he hath made; and the promises he fulfils, ver. 1, 3. (2.) Demands of universal, and high rejoicing at the erection and establishment of his gospel church; and at his coming in the clouds to judge the world, ver. 4-9
While my lips utter these lofty notes, let my soul, according to this time also, say, What hath the Lord wrought? What is Jesus what is Jehovah to my heart? What hath he done for mankind, and what for my soul? What of Jesus what of Jehovah, have mine eyes seen, and my heart tasted? And while I assuredly believe his return to judgment, let me with ardour look for that blessed hope, and glorious appearance of the great God my Saviour. Let my soul, with rapture, spring forth to meet his burning chariot wheels, and long to see creation all on flames.