Ps 150:1-6. This is a suitable doxology for the
whole book, reciting the "place, theme, mode, and extent of God's high
1. in his sanctuary—on earth.
firmament of his power—which
illustrates His power.
2. mighty acts—(Ps 145:4).
excellent greatness—or, abundance of
3, 4. trumpet—used to call religious
4. organs—or pipe, a wind instrument,
and the others were used in worship.
5. cymbals—suited to loud praise (Ne 12:27).
6. Living voices shall
take up the failing sounds of dead instruments, and as they cease on
earth, those of intelligent ransomed spirits and holy angels, as with
the sound of mighty thunders, will prolong eternally the praise,
saying: "Alleluia! Salvation, and Glory, and Honor, and Power, unto the Lord
our God;" "Alleluia! for the Lord God
omnipotent reigneth." Amen!