“Blessed be Yahweh!
The God of Israel!
He alone does wondrous things.
Blessed be his glorious name forever!
May his glory fill the whole earth!
Amen and Amen!”
This psalm naturally ends with a cry of blessing to Yahweh, the God of Israel. He alone has done wondrous things. Clearly Yahweh is superior to the king. The glory and name of Yahweh should last forever and fill the whole earth. This seems to add to the preceding verses that made the king seem almost divine. This was a reminder that Yahweh was the only God of Israel, not the king. This psalm ends with the rousing “Amen” twice.