Psalm 84 was written by the sons of Korah and Spurgeon considered the same as “the pearl of the Psalms”. In Spurgeon’s words: “If twenty-three is the most popular, one hundred and three is the most cheerful, one hundred and nineteen is the most experimental, fifty-one is the most plaintive, this is one of the sweetest Psalms of Peace”.
In this Psalm 84, the Jewish people were captive and were far from the house of God, and one of the great frustrations of the sons of Korah expressed in their psalms, is to be far from the house of God, is that intense desire for Go and worship God at His home. However, through their writings they show us that they maintained that faith that they would again worship the living God.
Look closely, the psalmist says in verse 1:
How amiable are thy tabernacles, O Lord of hosts!