The Psalm marked day 99 of a 100 day count down for world peace issued by Ban Ki Moon, General Secretary of the United Nations.
1Yahvah reigns; let the people tremble; he sits on the cherubim; let the land be moved.
2Yahvah is great in Zion; he is high above all the people.
3Let them praise your great and honored name; for it is holy.
4The king's might also loves judgment; you establish equity, you execute judgment and righteousness in Jacob.
5Exalt Yahvah our god, and worship at his footstool; for he is holy.
6Moses and Aaron were among his priests, and Samuel, among those who call on his name; they called on Yahvah, and he answered them.
7He spoke to them in the cloudy pillar; they kept his testimonies and the contract that he gave them.
8You answered them, Yahvah our god; you were an avenger for them. god, reward them according to their works.
9Exalt Yahvah our god, and worship at his holy mountain; for Yahvah our god is holy.
On June 13, 2009, Ban Ki Moon declared the start of a 100 day count down to September 21, 2009, the International World Peace Day. The purpose of the period was to bring awareness to the problems of nuclear weapons proliferation. This date was day 99 in that 100 day series.
Ban on Monday, the day after this day, would declare this the start of a first ever Climate Week. 100 heads of state were expected in New York (For Psalm 100) beginning at this date.
Note that this Psalm, 99, is very close to the start of the calendar week in New York City.
The Psalm opens with God enthroned on the Cherub, with the people trembling and land moving. This was going on this date as heads of state were moving to New York for the week long conference.
Verse 2 mentions God as high above all people, of which the UN General Assembly is as a good a venue match as there is.
Verse 4 names Jacob, the father of the patriarchs would would also inherit the entire world, a match to the United Nations.
Verse 6 mentions Moses by name, and Ban Ki Moon is the prophetic fulfillment of Moses in the earth today.
Verse 7 mentions a cloudy pillar. The logo for the WMD day includes the cloudy pillar of a nuclear blast, a direct match. Note that Mr. Ban is speaking from the fear of a cloudy pillar when he warns of the need to disarm. It is a deliberate play on WMD as "Weapons of Mass Destruction" and "We Must Disarm."
Verse 8 suggests Mr. Ban will get what he asks, which is nuclear disarmament.
Verse 9 calls for worshipping at the Holy Mountain, or "set-apart government" which the United Nations is a match.