Israel’s Praise for Salvation
1. Israel’s praise (Psalm 108:1-4)
2. The inheritance (Psalm 108:5-9)
3. Through God alone (Psalm 108:10-13)
This Psalm is not a patchwork of two other Psalms as the critics declare (Psalm 72:8-12 and Psalm 60:7-14), but it comes in as a Psalm of David to give another hint on Israel’s praise in the day of deliverance. Their heart is fixed to sing His praise. It is a praise not only amongst themselves, but a praise among the nations. Where they were once a byword they are now a blessing. And their deliverance and possession they will enjoy is not of themselves; it is through God and His power. The second part of the Psalm looks back to the time when deliverance had not yet come.
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Gaebelein, Arno Clemens. "Commentary on Psalms 108". "Gaebelein's Annotated Bible". https://www.studylight.org/
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