The Lord Has Come
1. The new song (Psalms 96:1-3)
2. The Lord supreme (Psalms 96:4-6)
3. Glory unto His Name (Psalms 96:7-10)
4. Creation celebrating (Psalms 96:11-13)
And now He has come and is manifested in the earth. The singing times begin and will last for a thousand years, when they will merge into the never ceasing songs of eternity. It is a call now to make the glad and glorious news known in all the earth and to make His glory known among the nations. That will be the work of converted Israel. Not much comment is needed; it is all so plain if we just see it refers to His visible return. And while Israel rejoices, the nations hear that He reigneth, all creation will rejoice as well, for He takes the curse away and delivers creation from its groans.
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Gaebelein, Arno Clemens. "Commentary on Psalms 96". "Gaebelein's Annotated Bible". https://www.studylight.org/
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