Psalm 33 Devotional Commentary

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Psalm 33:1

Many of the Psalms cry to God for help and strength in the midst of difficulties, but so many of these Psalms also proclaim a trust in God by recalling God's righteousness and justice, by remembering the mercy and strength He displayed in former times and by rejoicing in the truth of God's Word and the glories of His great majesty.

So often, we see that in times of trials and difficulties, the Psalmists lifted up their voices in read more...

Psalm 33:4

All those that have been born from above and have been clothed in the righteousness of Christ our Saviour, are called by our great Creator God, to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, to sing joyful praises to Him with our lips and in our hearts.

We are exhorted to shout for joy, to rejoice in the Lord always, and to make melodies to Him, both on a myriad of instruments and from the depth of our inner being. We are called read more...

Psalm 33:12

These meaningful words, probably written by King David, were naturally directed towards the chosen people of Israel, for they were surrounded by a sea of pagan nations who worshipped false gods and empty idols. How blessed they were to have the Lord as their God. How blessed they were to have a covenant-keeping God Who is the Creator of the universe. How blessed they were to be His chosen people. The nation of Israel was God’s adopted son, and His special read more...