This Psalm calls Israel to rejoice, strike up the band.
He continues with repeated instruction to join in the fun.
This is the day to howl at the moon.
Asaph cites the victories of Israel and the triumphs of God.
In vs. 6 Asaph hears a voice claiming He had removed the burdens from Israel, He freed their hands.
He had answered their cries, but they would not obey.
I brought you out of Egypt.
I am the Lord your God.
My people would not listen to me.
So I let them have their own way.
How quickly I would deal with their enemies and turn their foes.
I would feed them with the finest wheat and satisfy them with honey from the rock.
The land would be productive and even the rocks would provide a place for beehives.
I am a Christian, so I read this as related to Jesus. He said, "I am the Bread of Life, so to me, wheat is code for bread. Honey from the rock means Jesus is the Rock and he represents honey, nourishment, sweet and tasty.