The Lord reigns… (Psalm 93:1).
When biblical authors use repetition or parallelism, it’s important to take note. They are wanting to make sure their message is heard loud and clear. They want what they’re sharing to stand out from everything around it. This is sort of how we would use bold or italics, a different colored font, or even a LARGER FONT to make something stand out.
In this Psalm…
…the Lord is clothed in majesty and strength
…He is established, immovable, everlasting, from time immemorial, firm, unshakeable
…“God is mightier than the thunder of the great waters, mightier than the breakers of the sea—the Lord on high is mighty”
…His Word is very sure, lasting forever, holy, unchangeable, endless
The bottom line—