1; An exhortation to praise God for his mercy.
5; The psalmist by his experience shews how good it is to
trust in God.
19; Under the type of the psalmist the coming of Christ in his
kingdom is expressed.
* A.M. 2962. B.C. 1042. (Title.)
This Psalm was probably composed by David after Nathan's
prophetic address; and sung by alternate choirs at some public
festival. It largely partakes of David's spirit, and
everywhere shews the hand of a master; the style is grand and
sublime; the subject noble and majestic.
29 103:17 106:1 107:1 136:1 1Ch 16:8,34 Jer 33:11