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Matthew Henry's Commentary
Psalm Chapter 117
ll people called upon to praise God.
- Here is a solemn call to all nations to praise the Lord, and proper matter for
that praise is suggested. We are soon weary of well-doing, if we keep not up the pious and devout affections with which the
spiritual sacrifice of praise ought to be kindled and kept burning. This is a gospel psalm. The apostle, (Ro 15:11), quotes
it as a proof that the gospel was to be preached to the Gentile nations, and that it would be entertained by them. For many
ages, in Judah only was God known, and his name praised; this call was not then given to any Gentiles. But the gospel of Christ
is ordered to be preached to all nations, and by him those that were afar off are made nigh. We are among the persons to whom
the Holy Spirit here speaks, whom he calls upon to join his ancient people in praising the Lord. Grace has thus abounded to
millions of perishing sinners. Let us then listen to the offers of the grace of God, and pray for that time when all nations
of the earth shall show forth his praises. And let us bless God for the unsearchable riches of gospel grace.
David Burnette's Life Application
Each day we walk through the Bible chapter by chapter making
an application of our text to help us grow in the Lord. Many applications can be made from each day's text. Today we continue
in the Book of Psalm with Chapter 117. In our text today we see theme of praising the Lord for His unlimited love.
In making application we see that we should love him because He first loved us. His love is extended to us in His Everlasting
Word which is able to save our souls. How about you? Are you praising the Lord for what He has done for you? Let us learn
from our Psalm and text today to remember to Praise the Lord for He first loved us and gave His life for our souls.