“The fool has said in his heart, ‘There is no God.’ They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none who does good.” Psalm 14:1.
“They slay the widow and the stranger, and murder the fatherless. Yet they say, ‘The Lord does not see, nor does the God of Jacob understand.’” Psalm 94:6-7.
The above verses 6 through 7 from Psalm 94 have been included to maintain context, they were examined in the post “Psalm 94, Arrogant Words”, posted here on March 16, 2015. We will now continue from there.
“O Lord God, to whom vengeance belongs – O God, to whom vengeance belongs, shine forth! Rise up, O Judge of the earth; render punishment to the proud. Lord, how long will the wicked, how long will the wicked triumph?” Psalm 94:1-3.
These three verses were the subject of the last study of Psalm 94, published on March 11, 2015. They have been included here to maintain continuity for the reader.
“The coming of the lawless one [Antichrist] is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.” 2 Thessalonians 2:9-10.
“O Lord God, to whom vengeance belongs – O God, to whom vengeance belongs, shine forth!” Psalm 94:1.
Psalm 94 is actually the first of a series of seven psalms, six of which have already been examined beginning with Psalm 95 posted on February 2, 2015, and then continuing with Psalm 96, 97, 98, 99, and 100. These six psalms dealt with the return of Christ at the end of the tribulation and the reign of Christ during the millennium.
Psalm 94 is different, and while it should have been studied first it seems appropriate, considering the times we live in, to take it last of all. Psalm 94 deals with the tribulation period itself.
“Make a joyful shout to the Lord, all you lands!” Psalm 100:1.
The words, “A Psalm of Thanksgiving” are actually below the title Psalm 100 in your Bible, though in the old King James it is rendered, “A Psalm of Praise” which, as stated in another post, is a part of the psalm.