Read Psalm 2 – God’s Word is living and active. This Psalm was written by King David to celebrate the coronation of an Israelite king, and at the same time, to celebrate Jesus when he steps in to rule the nations. It is the first Messianic Psalm, meaning it refers to the coming Messiah who we know to be Jesus.
As you read :1-3, could you feel the rattling of our times? And :4-6 reassures us as the One enthroned in heaven laughs… He laughs like a dad might laugh when his toddler challenges him to an arm wrestle. His plans will not be rattled by their best efforts.
Jesus is so clearly spoken of in :7-12. Verse :7 can also be found in Acts 13 as the Good News was fulfilled in Jesus.
Marvel at the LORD today, Beloved, His plans are yes and amen! Blessed are all who take refuge in him. (:12)