From his throne in heaven the Lord laughs and mocks their feeble plans. Then he warns them in anger and terrifies them with his fury. “On Zion, my sacred hill,” he says, “I have installed my king.”” (Psalm 2:4–6, GNB)

‘While they are proposing, he has disposed the matter. Jehovah’s will is done, and man’s will frets and raves in vain. God’s Anointed is appointed, and shall not be disappointed.’

Who else, but Charles Spurgeon could come up with this commentary?

Enough said.