David continues his psalm during the first celebration with the Ark of the Lord in Jerusalem.
The glory and majesty of the Lord Jesus and his Father is declared in all the earth (23, 30, 31, 32, 33). The earth trembles before him, the heavens rejoice, the sea resound, the fields jubilate, and the trees and forest sing. Lord open my eyes to see the world you made declare your praise (24).
Jesus is coming to judge the earth (33). For some, there will be salvation (23, 35) They are the ones that joined all creation in declaring the glory and majesty of the Lord (34, 35). They gave thanks to the Lord, for he is good, his eternal love they accepted (34).
For others, there will be wrath and anger. They are the ones who others needed to be saved from (35). They did not declare the glory and majesty of God though they knew the heavens and the earth declared his majesty. They are the ones who rejected the Lord’s salvation and love. The Lord God is to be feard (25).
As I begin this day my soul is trying to decide which attitude to bring throughout the day; sink in bitterness and a disgruntled spirit, or be raised to praise and joy. With his word the life to anchor my soul, I chose to join all the heavens and earth and declare his glory among the nations (23).