Kiss Messiah!...But if you make a run for God—you won't regret it!
The preceding verses [Psalms 2] were spoken to kings and rulers who took counsel together against the LORD and against His Anointed. They were exhorted to serve the LORD with fear. They were also commanded to kiss the Son, Jesus Christ that is to receive Him and reconcile with Him.
Today, your duty to Christ is expressed figuratively - kiss the Son. It is with a believing kiss, not with a betraying kiss, as Judas kissed Him, and as all hypocrites, who pretend to honour him do.
You are to kiss Jesus Christ with a kiss of agreement and reconciliation. There are some who feel hostile towards God because they feel hurt and disappointed. If you are in such situation, let the quarrel between you and God end and be at peace with God in Christ. You are to give Him a kiss of adoration and religious worship. He is worthy of your praise and worship. Most people kiss idols while worshipping them. How much more Jesus Christ your saviour.
You are to give Him a kiss of affection and sincere love. He really loves you. Allow Him to be very dear and precious to you; love Him above all, love Him in sincerity, love Him much, like she whom much was forgiven, and, in token of it, kissed His feet [Luke 7:38]. Give Him a kiss of allegiance and loyalty. No matter what you are going through, decide to remain with Him.
The verse concludes with a promise that if you make a run for God—you won't regret it. If you trust in Him, and so kiss Him, are will be truly happy.
Prayer: My Loving Father, as I think of all You and Jesus have done for me, I am awashed with awe and gratitude. Today I give Jesus Christ a kiss, a kiss that speaks of my love, loyalty, adoration and agreement. Today I say, Jesus, I love You.