The next eight Psalms are sometimes called the enthronement Psalms. They are visions of God the father, the great creator, in heaven.
It seems like the Israelites had a bit of a bet both ways regarding the sovereignty of God.
Sometimes, they are his chosen, he is their God, he is in the temple in Jerusalem, there is only the vaguest notion of the afterlife, an unknowable shadowy place.
But these visions are of the one God of all creation, all nations, from eternity and to eternity. His word stands firm forever, his holiness lasts for endless days.
The are big Psalms, of a big God bigger than Israel, dealing in eternity. God can make the religion small, as small as a baby, to teach our easily boggled minds.
For the Israelites the religion he established for them followed a form and fitted a scale that was comprehensible in the context of the religions around them. Incrementally it reflected more of his true character than the other local belief systems.
But God was impatient for them to see this version of himself, as much as they were able, as much as I am able! Bring them on!