This psalm is a reflection of David’s life as a whole and so reflects ours as well. So much of what is written is a cameo or picture of what takes place in our own lives. There is much for us to learn from the life of David, not only is he a type of our Messiah but of ourselves. What he did, how he felt and how he coped are all in this psalm for us to learn from David’s life.
In these two verses David reflects on his past pride and how he was rebuked.
In these last two verses we can see how God had changed David’s life inwardly with gladness and outwardly with dancing – verse 11.
The Lord had channelled David’s life just as He does with ours.
He now had an attitude of gratitude and he thanked the Lord for this – verse 12.
In Him we live and move and have our being. Amen.
Date : 30/11/-0001