The Psalmist sees something. He sees someone. Someone he knows his audience needs. Not just a swashbuckling hero, not a muscle bound strongman.
It requires a ruler who will exercise righteousness and justice. It requires a priest to meditate the peace. It requires a judge to dispel the wickedness and apply the cause for the marginalised.
The Psalmist sees him. He celebrates the Father for him.
Do you see him?
For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden