Psalm 24 is written like a procession of a King coming back from victory in battle, and about celebrating the presence of God entering His city and the possibility of the people of God entering His presence. On this procession we are given three distinct insights about God in relation to His people. These three insights can be described as: Announcing the King (v. 1-2), Approaching the King (v. 3-6), Acknowledging the King (v. 7-10).
Psalm 106 shows us what praise is about, and what prayer is about. The psalmist looks back on different times of hardship throughout history, yet in his praise and his prayer he highlights the faithfulness of God during those seasons of drought, and that’s what gives him joy and excitement for what’s ahead.
The point of this passage is that God is so great and so worthy of worship and trust and obedience that a single act of disobedience against him—a single bite of of a fruit—deserves to have the whole creation come crashing down in response.
When Satan slithers his way into your ear to feed you his lies and tempt you to fall into sin, counter him with the truth of God’s Word, like Adam and Eve failed to do, but just like Jesus did.
Eve was not exactly like Adam. God made a woman, not another man. But she was clearly the same kind of creation as he was. Someone with whom he could be fruitful and multiply; someone who was a suitable helper for him. And he rejoiced.