Verse 28. For the kingdom is the Lord's. As an obedient Son the dying Redeemer rejoiced to know that his Father's interests would prosper through his pains. "The Lord reigneth" was his song as it is ours. He who by his own power reigns supreme in the domains of creation and providence, has set up a kingdom of grace, and by the conquering power of the cross that kingdom will grow until all people shall own its sway and proclaim that he is the governor among the nations. Amid the tumults and disasters of the present the Lord reigneth; but in the halcyon days of peace the rich fruit of his dominion will be apparent to every eye. Great Shepherd, let thy glorious kingdom come.
EXPLANATORY NOTES AND QUAINT SAYINGS
Verse 27-28. See Psalms on "Psalms 22:27" for further information.
HINTS FOR PASTORS AND LAYPERSONS
Verse 28. The empire of the King of kings as it is, and as it shall be.