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The LORD’s Throne is Established Forever Psalm 45

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In Psalm 45, David explains the majesty of the LORD we serve. David has experienced many circumstances that have allowed him to see the greatness of the LORD and the way that He acts for his people. The LORD is the Most High and is able to act in ways that the human mind cannot comprehend. We are protected, kept at peace, and loved by our LORD. David highlights the attributes for which the LORD fights for and rides victoriously for.

“In your majesty ride out victoriously for the cause of truth and meekness and righteousness; let your right hand teach you awesome deeds!” – Psalm 45: 4

The LORD fights and is victorious for the specific causes of truth, meekness, and righteousness. Falsehood is not found in the LORD, and He is able to defeat it. Arrogance as well is defeated. Unrighteousness is destroyed. The LORD rides victoriously for all that is good.

“Your arrows are sharp in the heart of the king’s enemies; the peoples fall under you.” – Psalm 45: 5

Those who attempt to fight against the king are destroyed and put to shame. King David would become king and would have his enemies destroyed through the power of the LORD. Those who opposed David would fall. Therefore, we see that not only was David being helped for the LORD, but David must have possessed the attributes mentioned before of truth, meekness, and righteousness.

“Your throne, O GOD, is forever and ever. The scepter of your kingdom is a scepter of uprightness; you have loved righteousness and hated wickedness.” – Psalm 45: 6-7

King David gives GOD the glory for everything that he has. The throne of the LORD stands forever and ever. There is no end to his dominion nor opposition to his kingdom. The scepter from which He is able to rule is a scepter of uprightness. A ruler requires a scepter to rule and the scepter is represented as uprightness which means goodness and righteousness.


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