Read Psalm 22:25-31
25 In the full assembly I will praise you for what you have done;
in the presence of those who worship you
I will offer the sacrifices I promised.
26 The poor will eat as much as they want;
those who come to the Lord will praise him.
May they prosper for ever!
27 All nations will remember the Lord.
From every part of the world they will turn to him;
all races will worship him.
28 The Lord is king,
and he rules the nations.
29 All proud people will bow down to him;l
all mortals will bow down before him.
30 Future generations will serve him;
they will speak of the Lord to the coming generation.
31 People not yet born will be told:
“The Lord saved his people.”
Psalm 22 moves beautifully from brokenness to hope. Hope that is given by God. Verses 25-31 are the Psalmist's response to the hope that God has given; praise, generosity, the hope of a world that will turn to God.
Spend some time thinking of the times the Lord has delivered you. Have you responded appropriately? Give thanks to God for his grace.