Does Psalm 73:24 allude to eternal life?
What is the meaning of glory here?
Asaph the Psalmist felt that the wicked were better off than the righteous [Psalm 73:2-12]. Allowing God's counsel to lead him resulted in his receiving "glory" that is favor with God, a close relationship with him. In Psalm 73:28 he wrote.
Psalm 73:28 NASB
28 But as for me, the nearness of God is good for me; I have made the
Lord [a]God my refuge, So that I may tell of all Your works.
Does Psalm 73:24 allude to eternal life? Yes ,on the earth. Read notes below.
For all those that hope in God and keep his ways are promised: That He [God]will exalt them to take possession of the earth. When the wicked ones are cut off, (Ps. 37:34) they look forward to experiencing beyond compare the honor of receiving everlasting life on earth..(Ps. 37:29. Mt 5:5 )
Psalm 37:34 Aramaic Bible in Plain English
Hope in Lord Jehovah and keep his way, and he will exalt you to
inherit the Earth; when the wicked are destroyed, you will see it.
Psalm 37:29Aramaic Bible in Plain English
And the righteous ones inherit the Earth and dwell upon it for
Matthew 5:5 NASB
5 “Blessed are the [c]gentle, for they will inherit the earth.
There is nothing in the Scriptures to show that a heavenly hope was held out to God’s servants prior to the coming of Christ Jesus. Such hope first appears in Jesus’ expressions to his disciples (Mt 19:21, 23-28; Lu 12:32; Joh 14:2, 3) and was fully comprehended by them only after Pentecost of 33 C.E.—Ac 1:6-8; 2:1-4, 29-36; Ro 8:16, 17.