Psalm 68 is an end time prophecy regarding God’s children. I have chosen Young’s Literal Translation for its power. The enemies are God’s. The prophecy describes God’s children who are singing to Him (not each other) and praising His name (not their own). All good is Jesus in them. These end time saints are rejoicing in gladness, strengthened by Him who will come in the clouds.
1“To the Overseer. — A Psalm, a song of David. Rise doth God — scattered are His enemies! And those hating Him flee from His face.
2 As the driving away of smoke Thou drivest away, As the melting of wax before fire, The wicked perish at the presence of God.
3 And the righteous rejoice, they exult before God, And they joy with gladness.
4 Sing ye to God — praise His name, Raise up a highway for Him who is riding in deserts, In Jah [is] His name, and exult before Him.”
There are 29 more verses ending this way.
33 To him who is riding on the heavens of the heavens of old, Lo, He giveth with His voice a strong voice.
34 Ascribe ye strength to God, Over Israel [is] His excellency, and His strength in the clouds.
35 Fearful, O God, out of Thy sanctuaries, The God of Israel Himself, Giving strength and might to the people. Blessed [is] God!”
My hope is that others will read all of this prophecy. I believe we are approaching the end of this age. God’s children are to be joyful, dependent and thankful knowing, that for them, nothing is random, accidental or by chance, all is by God’s will. Apostle Paul said it best.
“Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus. Do not quench the Spirit, do not utterly reject prophecies, but examine everything; hold firmly to that which is good, abstain from every form of evil.” (1Thessalonians 5:16-22 NASB)