Posted By Nan

Psalm 65

This psalm has a different approach to joy from psalm 51. In this psalm, the joy that is described is that of all creation. In this I am reminded of Isaiah 45:23 where it is proclaimed that every knee shall bow and tongue confess Jesus. In this psalm the joy is that of every knee bowing and tongue confessing and all people feeling great joy at the presence of God and the knowledge of who He is. At the end of this psalm, there is the statement that all creation will feel joy at God. Pretty powerful statements. They establish very clearly that Joy is in the knowledge and presence of God.

What more can I say? True Joy is a response to God.

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