REJOICE IN OUR GOD Psalm 33:1-22

Introduction: Psalm 33 is a unique Psalm. It is one of just four Psalms that does not have a title. The others are Psalm 1, 2, and 10. The wide range of various Psalms have a type of title. Numerous observers accept that this Psalm is connected to Psalm 32. In that Psalm, David applauds the Lord for pardoning his wrongdoings. Song 32 closes with an order to celebrate, v. 11. Song 33 opens with a similar order.

While these two Psalms are totally different in their substance, they are both focused on the topic of acclaim. In Psalm 32 God is to be commended in light of the fact that He pardons sin. In Psalm 33 God is to be applauded on the grounds that He is in charge. Both of those subjects make God qualified to be lauded.

Via presentation, how about we think about this call to applaud the Lord.

In section 1, the holy people of God are told to "cheer". This word signifies "to be survived; to shout out, to give a ringing cry, to yell for bliss." This is an order for noisy, vocal commendation to be lifted up to the Lord.

· Verse 1 likewise reveals to us that "acclaim is attractive for the upstanding". "Attractive" signifies "excellent". There are numerous feelings that can hold our hearts. We can be overwhelmed proudly, disdain, vindictiveness, outrage, envy, unforgiveness, and a large group of other hurtful feelings. No feeling is as rich, as valuable, or as wonderful as a heart that is loaded up with acclaim for the Lord.

· Verse 2 approaches us to utilize our melodic abilities to adulate Him. At the point when instruments are played for His greatness, it respects Him since music is another type of acclaim to the Lord.

· Verse 3 approaches us to "sing unto Him another tune". The possibility of "another tune" implies that we are to be insightful and we are practice our psyches to discover better approaches to applaud Him. At the point when you consider the way that Lam. 3:22-23 says, "It is of the LORD'S benevolent actions that we are not devoured, on the grounds that his empathies come up short not. They are new each day: extraordinary is thy steadfastness." It ought to be certain that we have adequate explanation consistently to lift up Him for His beauty, His endowments and His decency to us.

· Verse 3 likewise approaches us to applaud Him so that they are heard by others. That doesn't imply that we are to adulate Him so others will see us, however we are to applaud Him so others will know about Who He is and how He has helped His kin.

Presently, having instructed us to applaud the Lord, the Psalmist currently gives us the reasons why we are to commend Him. I need to stroll through this Psalm today and lecture regarding the matter Why The Saints Should Rejoice In Our God. Allow me to show you the reasons why He is deserving of our commendation.



A. v. 4a His Word Is Precious – "right" has the possibility of "upstanding, straight, right". This word advises us that God's Word sets the norm for nobility and ethical quality. The Word of God resembles a compass that directs individuals of God through the desert of this world.

Surrounding us we see the consequences of leaving the Word of God. Our general public has been given occasion to feel qualms about loose the ocean of time without a rudder. Our country, and the world in general, has deserted the Ten Commandments, the Great Commandment, and each and every statute of God. The conspicuous aftereffect of corrupt man's absurd choice to leave the Word of God is wild indecency, insidiousness and evil on the planet.

The individuals who read the Word, honor the Word and live by the Word, know how valuable the Word of God is. They can say with the Psalmist, "Thy word is a light unto my feet, and a light unto my way," Psa. 119:105. They likewise know the reality of Pro. 6:23, which says, "For the edict is a light; and the law is light; and criticisms of guidance are the lifestyle."

The holy people of God have a rudder as they sail the unsure oceans of life. We have an example after which we can carry on with our lives. From His Word we can recognize His will for the course of our lives and we can discover how we are to live step by step.

His Word is valuable. We should laud Him for that!

B. v. 4b-5 His Word Is Personal – In His Word we find out about the Lord Himself. His Word is His disclosure of Himself to the world. We discover that He does all that He does in "truth", v. 4. That word conveys the possibility of "faithfulness". We learn in stanza 5 that He "loveth honorableness" and judgment". This advises us that He will favor the individuals who honor His Word and He will pass judgment on the individuals who leave His Word. Refrain 5 additionally instructs us that God's integrity can be found in all the word around us.

This load of realities instruct us that the Word of God is a disclosure of the Person of God. By what other means could a blessed, otherworldly, unceasing God uncover Himself to man? It would resemble us attempting to speak with the insects in an ant colony dwelling place. We are so eliminated from their experience that we couldn't in any way, shape or form speak with them on our level. God so yearned to uncover Himself to humankind that He deigned to uncover Himself in the pages of a Book. An extraordinary book! God has decided to uncover Himself in the pages of the Word of God, John 5:39. We should laud Him for His Word since it uncovers the idea of God to us!

C. v. 6-9 His Word Is Powerful – In these stanzas the Psalmist advises us that all that we see around us was spoken into reality by the Word of God. All that is apparent; all that is undetectable; all that is huge; all that is little; all that is close; and all that is far appeared through the Word of God.

In Gen. 1:3 God represented the first run through. At the point when He talked light showed up out of the dimness. All through Genesis 1 God continued talking and incredible things continued showing up. His Word had power then, at that point, and His Word actually has power today. Each guarantee will be satisfied. Our activities will be passed judgment on dependent on His orders. The Word of God is loaded up with force, greatness and expectation.

Pay attention to the declaration of His Word about His Word.

· "For the expression of God is fast, and incredible, and more keen than any twoedged sword, puncturing even to the separating into pieces of soul and soul, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the considerations and purposes of the heart," Heb. 4:12.

· "For ever, O LORD, thy word is gotten comfortable paradise," Psa 119:89.

· "All sacred writing is given by motivation of God, and is productive for regulation, for impugning, for revision, for guidance in honesty: That the righteous man might be awesome, throughly outfitted unto every single great work," 2Tim. 3:16-17.

We should applaud Him for His Word since it is imbued with divine force! It will stand however the whole world remain against it, Isa. 55:11.

I. We Should Rejoice In His Word



A. v. 10 His Will Is Dominate – Men can make their arrangements and devise their plans, however eventually, God's will be refined. In the event that you take a gander at all the moving of the countries, it is feasible to become loaded up with dread. At the point when you think about the assailant systems in Iran and North Korea; the force, the military and monetary assets of China; the contentious mentality of Russia; and the danger presented to serene individuals by extremist Islam, it might appear to us that the world is crazy. The absurd choices by our own administration leave us considering how things will work out on schedule and history. We need not dread, in light of the fact that our God is in charge of all things. He will have the last word, since His will is prevailing. As the Psalmist said, "Yet our God is in the sky: he hath done at all he hath satisfied," Psa. 115:3.

B. v. 11 His Will Is Determined – The things that happen in this world are all essential for our Lord's arrangement for the ages. Nothing happens that isn't a piece of His heavenly arrangement. I realize that doesn't agree with a many individuals in our day. We need to be in charge. We need to believe that our contemplations and assessments matter. We need the world to spin around us and our cravings. I prefer not to be the one to break it to you, however your opinion, need, or plan doesn't make any difference at all. God has figured out what will occur in this world and that is the thing that will occur.

· "Recollect the previous things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none similar to me, Declaring the end all along, and from antiquated occasions the things that are not yet done, saying, My insight will stand, and I will do all my pleasure: Calling an eager bird from the east, the man that executeth my advice from a far country: yea, I have spoken it, I will likewise carry it to pass; I have purposed it, I will likewise do it," Isa. 46:9-11.

· "At all the LORD satisfied, that did he in paradise, and in earth, in the oceans, and every profound spot," Psa. 135:6.

· "And every one of the occupants of the earth are rumored as nothing: and he doeth as per his will in the multitude of paradise, and among the occupants of the earth: and none can remain his hand, or say unto him, What doest thou?" Dan. 4:35.

That idea pesters a few people. It solaces me! I'm reminded step by step that my God is on control, everything being equal. That permits we to rest in His provision and trust Him to make everything work out as they ought to for my great and His wonder, Rom. 8:28.

C. v. 12 His Will Is Desirable – The Psalmist specifies the countries that honor God. He says they will be honored. This is obviously found in the chronicles of America and Great Britain. Both of our countries were managed by a progression of men who, while not awesome, basically recognized God and proclaimed their reliance upon Him. Since the two countries have pronounced their freedom from God, we can see the outcomes surrounding us. We have deserted God and He has deserted us to our decision.

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