Psalm 21 continues with the praise of the Father, in whose strength the Christ rejoices, in whose salvation He greatly exults! (v.1) The Father indeed does not withhold the request of Jesus’ lips or His heart’s desire. Was not Jesus crowned with the Father’s glory (c.f. Isaiah 41; John 17; v.5) through the Father’s salvation, that such glory, splendor and majesty is shared through the Anointed Son? He is the Blessed One (v.6; Psalm 1) – the bonds between the Father and the Son shall not be broken. The Triune God will be victorious against the enemies and their hateful descendants and offspring, their faux-bonds and faux-trinities. Though they plan evil against you, the bow is directed at them (c.f. Genesis 9:13; the bow is directed at God Himself, an indication of the work on the cross as both a sacrifice and a nailing of the enemy and sin on the cross).