Psalms, chapter 72

May God fill us with His glory. Accept God and He will fill our world with His Glory.

Our Bible reading for today is from Psalms 72, the verse of reference in  is: 

 “Praise be to his glorious name forever; may the whole earth be filled with his glory. Amen and Amen.” (Psalms 72:19 NIV).


Participate in worship and may the world  be filled with the glory of God 

Historical Commentary. – The title of Psalm 72 indicates that it was written for “Solomon”, which is why Whedon believes that the psalm was written on the occasion of the coronation of Solomon, The psalm shows the desires of the father for his son and to the kingdom: O God, give your judgment to the king, and thy righteousness unto the king’s son (verse 1). Although the time of David in power was good, it had deteriorated towards the end, so it is expected that access to the throne of a new king would bring a new rectification period. “Great and glorious were the promises made ​​to David and his house. Promises were pointing towards the future, towards the eternal ages, and found the fullness of its fulfillment in Christ “(PP. Remember that we are bound to pray for our leaders, especially if they are unjust and oppressive.) 

Blessed be God for ever. – This verse is part of the doxology of worship, because he contemplates the wonders of creation and the miracles performed by God, he exclaims: “Blessed be God.” Praise His glorious name and calls his glory to fill the whole earth.

May all the earth be filled of his glory .- Today the earth is NOT filed of God’s glory, we must pray that the earth be full of His glory. “One cried unto another, Holy, holy, holy the LORD of hosts: the whole earth be filled of his glory. And the posts of the door moved at the voice of him that cried, and the house was filled with smoke. “Contemplating this great and glorious representation, the prophet discerned his own imperfections, and the people with whom he lived. “Woe is mine, ‘he cried I am undone,  a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips: for mine eyes have seen the King , the Lord of hosts. “Isaiah 6:1-5. Oh, how many of us that try to do God’s work and carry different responsibilities need to contemplate God the way that Isaiah did. (CM 360)


Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty, the whole earth is full of your glory. bless your name So, because you are good, and Your mercy is forever. In the name of Jesus, amen.

By Dr. Franz Rios and Pablo Rios
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