Bless God in the congregations, even Jehovah, O you who are of the fountain of Israel!


praising God according to His New Testament economy as seen in Benjamin, Judah, Zebulun, and NaphtaliPsalm 68 is a very poetic writing and at the same time it is very mysterious. In it you can see God’s move (He arises, He goes forth, His going forth, He moves, etc), God’s house, Christ’s processes and accomplishments, God being our enjoyment in His house, God taking care of His people, the women dividing the spoil and announcing the glad tidings, etc. Towards the end of the psalm there’s even more “mysterious writing” – four tribes of Israel are mentioned right after the psalmist says, “Bless God in the congregations, even Jehovah, o you who are of the fountain of Israel” (Psa. 68:26).

There are little Benjamin, who rules them…

In God’s elect praising God according to His economy we see a scenery in typology concerning God’s New Testament economy in the accomplishment of God’s redemption (for His salvation, by Christ), and in the spreading of the glad tidings of Christ’s accomplishment with the beautiful words of the gospel. The little Benjamin – has two names, the first Ben-Oni (given to him by his mom as she was dying in childbirth, meaning, son of my sorrow) and the second Benjamin (given to him by his dad, Jacob, meaning, son of the right hand). Continue reading via,

praising God according to His New Testament economy as seen in Benjamin, Judah, Zebulun, and Naphtali

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