Psalm 75:2

2 You say, “I choose the appointed time; it is I who judge with equity.

Read Psalm 75:2 Using Other Translations

When I shall receive the congregation I will judge uprightly.
"At the set time that I appoint I will judge with equity.
God says, “At the time I have planned, I will bring justice against the wicked.

What does Psalm 75:2 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Psalms 75:2

When I shall receive the congregation
Some render it, from the Arabic signification of the word, "the promise" F15; the Spirit promised, the gifts of the Spirit, which Christ received for men, and gave to men, whereby he executes the judgment or government of the church committed to him: others the time, so the Septuagint, Vulgate Latin, Ethiopic, Syriac, and Arabic versions, to which agrees the Targum, the word signifying a set appointed time, ( Psalms 102:14 ) , and so may respect the time appointed for the judgment of the world, which when come, Christ will execute in a most righteous manner, as follows; see ( Acts 17:31 ) , but whereas the people of Israel met at the door of the tabernacle, which from thence was called "Ohel Moed", the tabernacle of the congregation; hence the word is used for a congregation, and here designs the general assembly and church of the firstborn written in heaven, even all the elect of God; these were received by Christ of his Father in eternity, when he espoused them to himself, and undertook the care of them; and they are received by him, one by one, in effectual calling; and in like manner are they received by him into glory at death; but when they are all gathered in, and are prepared for him as a bride for her husband, then will he receive them all in a body, and present them to himself a glorious church during the thousand years' reign; upon which will proceed the judgment of the wicked; see ( Revelation 20:5 Revelation 20:12 ) ,

I will judge uprightly;
in equity, in strict justice, in the most righteous manner, rendering to every man according to his works; hence the future judgment is called a righteous one, and so is the Judge; no injustice will be done to men, but the strictest integrity, uprightness, and impartiality, will be observed in pronouncing the several sentences on the righteous and on the wicked, and in adjudging them to their several places and states.


F15 (dewm) "promissa", Schultens animadv. p. 174. "festi dona", Gusset. p. 334.
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