You are my hiding place! 32:7 It is good to have the Lord as your hiding place, someone you can run to in trouble of heart, mind or soul. It is not good to bear burdens alone.
There are some deep truths in these psalms.
We can meditate on 32 v10, and how v8-9 tie in with the blessings of wisdom and curse of folly, of rejecting God and His ways.
Psalm 33 v10-12 carry in them much meat to chew over. The reality of God at work amongst politics in the world, nation, state and locality.
32 v1-2 can prompt us to think of the Beautitudes (Matt ch 5), the one who is blessed.
“Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man against whom the LORD counts no iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no deceit.”
Here David points us to the blessing of being forgiven, of the mercy of the Lord.
This is us!
In Jesus we are forgiven! Because of His work the Lord counts no iniquity against us!
This is a good thing! We can grab hold of this, and roll it around our minds.
The Lord has saved us, He has saved us indeed!