P S A L M S
In this psalm we are directed to give to God the
glory of his power and goodness, which appear, I. In the kingdom of
grace (ver. 1), hearing
prayer (ver. 2), pardoning
sin (ver. 3), satisfying the
souls of the people (ver.
4), protecting and supporting them, ver. 5. II. In the kingdom of Providence,
fixing the mountains (ver.
6), calming the sea (ver.
7), preserving the regular succession of day and night
(ver. 8), and making the
earth fruitful, ver.
9-13. These are blessings we are all indebted to God
for, and therefore we may easily accommodate this psalm to
ourselves in singing it.