A restored relationship with God comes through the death of a substitute to propitiate Him.
Aim: Trust wholly in your substitute to make you right with God.
God’s glory at the Tabernacle highlights the impossibility for sinners to approach a holy God.
Unlike the futile walk of hardened pagans, those renewed by Christ are to be clothed in holiness.
Paul seeks the glory of the expectation-exceeding God as the church is strengthened to grasp the knowledge-surpassing love of Christ.
God keeps his oath to bless his people though David’s faithful descendant as he dwells with his people in Zion.
God promises the reversal of his curse and judgement for those who fear Him.
YHWH alone grants the security that people vainly seek without him.
Righteous YHWH frustrates the hostility of those who hate his people.
The joy wrought in his people by God’s past acts of restoration fuels prayer confident in the joy to be wrought by his future restoration.
Psalm 126. This theme seems almost as long as the psalm itself. Could do with tweaking, but I think it covers the gist.