Monday’s Moment

My heart is inditing a good matter: I speak of the things which I have made touching the king: my tongue is the pen of a ready writer (Psalm 45:1).
It is suggested by some that this Psalm presents a discussion of a king and his bride. Some would say, perhaps, Solomon or Hezekiah, is being discussed. The Hebrews writer, through inspiration, assigned this Psalm to Jesus Christ, Son of God (Hebrews 1:8-9). God often speaks of the relationship of Jesus and His bride, the church. Those who find themselves in such a wonderful marriage, have no problem in singing the praises of their spouse. As the bride of Christ, we should have no problem in singing the praises of the Bridegroom.
The word used in the KJV is “inditing” which is defined as: to gush, to overflow. This term was used in reference of underground streams which made their way to the surface and boiled up out of the ground. We, as children of God, are so wonderfully blessed each day. As the bride of Christ, we have a Bridegroom with whom others cannot be compared. It should be impossible for us to exist and to not speak of our Lord and Savior.
When wonderful events take place in our lives, we tell others. There is no greater event, than the sacrifice of our Lord; there is no greater day in our lives than when our sins are washed away; there is no greater occasion than when we become children of God.
Let us remember what God has done and is doing in our lives. Let us go about telling others of what God can and will do in their lives.