Psalms 86:10

10 You are great. You do wonderful things. You alone are God.

Psalms 86:10 Meaning and Commentary

Psalms 86:10

For thou art great
In his nature, and the perfections of it; in his power, wisdom, truth, faithfulness, love, grace, and mercy; and in all his persons; the Father is great, greater than all; the Son is the great God, and our Saviour; and the Spirit, which is in his people, is greater than he that is in the world:

and doest wondrous things;
in nature and providence; such as the forming of all things out of nothing; upholding all things by the word of his power; the formation of man, soul and body, and the union of both; and the constant government of the world; and more especially in grace, as the provision in the covenant in eternity, the mission of Christ in time, the conversion of a sinner, and bringing him to eternal glory:

thou art God alone;
to the exclusion of all such who are not gods by nature; but not to the exclusion of the Son and Spirit, who are, with the Father, the one God, ( 1 John 5:7 ) .

Psalms 86:10 In-Context

8 Lord, there's no one like you among the gods. No one can do what you do.
9 Lord, all of the nations you have made will come and worship you. They will bring glory to you.
10 You are great. You do wonderful things. You alone are God.
11 Lord, teach me how you want me to live. Then I will follow your truth. Give me a heart that doesn't want anything more than to worship you.
12 Lord my God, I will praise you with all my heart. I will bring glory to you forever.
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