“Preserve me, O God: for in You do I put my trust. O my soul, you have said unto the LORD, You are my Lord: my goodness extendeth not to You; but to the saints that are in the earth, and to the excellent, in whom is all my delight.” Psalm 16:1-3 (KJV)
Of this sixteenth Psalm and its title – “Michtam of David” the Matthew Henry Commentary states…
“This psalm is entitled Michtam, which some translate a golden psalm, a very precious one, more to be valued by us than gold, yea, than much fine gold, because it speaks so plainly of Christ and his resurrection, who is the true treasure hidden in the field of the Old Testament.”
The Psalms, to me, are all golden and worthy to be called precious, and more valuable than gold. So, also, the whole of the Bible.
One of the things the Psalmist is stating is that if we has Adamkind have any goodness it is nothing near the goodness of the LORD who is God. His goodness is worthy of our note. There is no goodness equal to the goodness of the Almighty.
None of even all the saints of God in the earth is equal to His goodness. God the Lord Adonay is worthy of worship, honor, glory, and praise. It all belongs to Him.
To know God you can come to Him through His Son Jesus who died on the cross, was buried, and He rose from the grave, and because He lives we have eternal life through Him.