When David danced before the Ark, it was so wild as he ascended up the hill to Jerusalem, that his wife despised him for it. He was just rejoicing before the Lord. Now in Luke in this ascension of our Lord brought such joy that his disciples went unafraid before certain persecution to praise God in the temple continually. That can't even begin to compare to the joy in heaven when our Lord ascended up onto the other shore. What a thunderous shout that must have been!
Aren't you glad this psalm began, "O clap your hands, ALL ye people." (verse 1) That has come to mean, Jews and Gentiles together. "God is the king of all the earth." (verse 7)