“I thank you.
You have answered me.
You have become my salvation.
The stone that the builders rejected
Has become the chief cornerstone.
This is Yahweh’s doing.
It is marvelous in our eyes.
This is the day which Yahweh has made.
Let us rejoice!
Let us be glad in it!
We beseech you!
We beseech your!
Give us success!
Blessed is the one
Who comes in the name of Yahweh!
We bless you from the house of Yahweh.
Yahweh is God!
He has given us light.
Bind the festal procession with branches!
Up to the horns of the altar!”
The psalmist thanked Yahweh for saving him. Then we have the famous phrases that became popular for many New Testament Christian writers, “The stone that the builders had rejected has now become the cornerstone.” There is also the saying that has been associated with the Easter celebration of Christ’s resurrection. “This is the day that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad.” Yahweh has done many marvelous things before their eyes. Thus the hosanna phrase, which means save us, also influenced the early Christian writers. They asked God to save them also. “Blessed are you who come in the name of the Lord.” As you can see, this festive psalm had a profound effect on the early followers of Jesus Christ. They blessed Yahweh from inside his house because Yahweh was truly the God of light. They were to take their processional branches and put them on the horns around the altar. There is no doubt that this was a processional psalm of thanksgiving at a festive occasion.