Sing to the Lord, O you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name.
For His anger is but for a moment, but His favor is for a lifetime or in His favor is life. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.
In this Psalm the Lord gives us opposites to consider as we go through life and adversity, remembering He is holy.
His anger lasts but a moment – His favor lasts a lifetime
Weeping may endure for a night – Joy cometh in the morning
Joy is a response to an approaching event that will bring change. Joy is a response, not a reaction. Joy is the remaining fulfillment after our emotions are exhausted. Joy is given by way of expectation from a proven source or situation.
Cometh is the action of something or someone sent full of direction, purpose, and power. Cometh is an equipping arrival of a needed or desired answer. Cometh does not surprise and always hits the mark; for it is sent.
Morning is the very beginning or start of something. Morning is the dawn, first light or revelation of a breaking through of all previous circumstances. Morning is never repeated in exactness; for it is new and different each time.
Knowing these things, we can see the revelation that (JOY) our response to the coming change (COMETH) is equipped to hit the mark, from the (MORNING) very beginning of this new and different season.
So our weeping may endure for a night, but our response to the coming change is equipped to hit the mark from the very beginning of this new and different season.