-- Jehovah said unto my Adonai: David in spirit heard the solemn voice of Jehovah speaking to the Messiah from of old. His work is done, and he may sit; it is well done, and he may sit at his right hand; it will have grand results, and he may therefore quietly wait to see the complete victory which is certain to follow. Psalm 110 commentary 1. Whole Psalm. It is referred to in Hebrews 10:12 Hebrews 10:13 , as declaring that Jesus has satisfactorily finished what he undertook to accomplish on earth "the one sacrifice for ever", and is henceforth on that seat of divine honour "expecting till his enemies be made his footstool" in the day of Iris Second Coming. Thirdly, herein is noted the relation which the just recompense of God bears unto the sins of ungodly men. From this secret and intimate communion springs the covenant of grace and all its marvellous arrangements. Till Christ's enemies then be all under his feet, he is not fully in his rest. Bible Commentary Early Church Fathers Medieval Patristic. -- Condensed from Reynolds. 1. A Psalm of David. Well, we don’t know much. How much in a little. -- The ancients (by Cassiodorus' collection) term this psalm the sun of our faith, the treasure of holy writ: "verbis brevis, sensu infinitus", (saith Augustine,) short in words, but in sense infinite. Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Psalms 110:4: Genesis 14:18-20 Psalms 110:3 : Psalms 110:5 >> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool. And indeed there are very few, if any, of the articles of that creed which we all generally profess, which are not either plainly expressed, or by most evident implication couched in this little model. There must be something above nature in him to make him his father's sovereign, as our Savour himself argues from these words, Matthew 22:42 Matthew 22:45 . We have the Last Judgment, for all his enemies must be put under his feet, (which is the Apostle's argument to prove the end of all things, 1 Corinthians 15:25 ); and there is the day of his wrath, wherein he shall accomplish that judgment over the heathen, and that victory over the kings of the earth (who take counsel and band themselves together against him), which he doth here in his word begin. They who regard the Messiah only as the son of David, regard the lesser part of the conception of him. Psalm 110 - [[A Psalm of David.]] says that the people who love and obey him are righteous. 22-24, and in Ps. To escape from finding Jesus here, they read the title, "Psalm of (or concerning) David," as though it teas not so much written by him as of him, but he that reads with understanding will see little enough of David here except as the writer. 21:10-11), but this act, followed by His cleansing of the temple (vv. will destroy kings! You will find him in He is none other than the apostle and high priest of our profession, Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews. psa 110:0. Benson Commentary Psalm 110:1. Arrayed in holy splendor, your young men will come to you like dew from the morning’s womb. -- The subject is THE PRIEST KING. You are here. The H… Moreover, because our King has his enemies under his feet, thus shall he also bring all our enemies under our feet, for his victory is ours, God be thanked, who has given us the victory through Christ our Lord. … --David Dickson. None of the kings of Israel united these two offices, though some endeavoured to do so. For he cometh forth as the heir apparent of the Almighty, the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, graced with. Whole Psalm. We have the Remission of sins, comprised in his priesthood, for he was to offer sacrifices for the remission of sins, and "to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself," Ephesians 1:7 Hebrews 9:26 . --Edward Reynolds. and taught. Christ's condescending nearness to us does not destroy our reverence: he was David's son, and yet he calls him Lord; he is our brother, bridegroom, and so on, and yet our Lord. Note, Christ's sitting at the right hand of God speaks as much terror to his enemies as happiness to his people. Some Christian translations are more transparent in their rendering of Psalm 110 than the New American Standard Bible. A PSALM." Man united with God was raised to the throne of being: man united with God perfected the sacrifice which was demanded, and the angelic host is represented by the Psalmist as taking up the strain, and hymning the future triumphs of the King of Glory -- triumphs over his foes, whom he will visit in the day of his wrath, and triumphs with his willing people, whom he will assist with his Spirit, refine by his grace, and exalt into his glory. Next » Chapter 111. Of the correctness of this title there can be no doubt, … written in EasyEnglish Level A (1200 words). Based on the … Jan 21 - Is God Anti-Gay? It is also about what Christians believe and do. "righteous". The ensign displayed: "THE LORD SHALL SEND FORTH THE ROD OF THY STRENGTH; the pole on which the banner shall be displayed, at the head of his strength-his numerous and powerful forces. covenant ~ two people have agreed what each should do -- My Lord. "Under your feet" means "where you have destroyed them". By the continuance and victories thereof: "Until I make thy foes thy footstool." It is under the double aspect as Lord, and yet ours, that Jehovah regards him and speaks with him, and ordains him to the priesthood. Look after 6). --Robert Abbot (1560-1617) in "The Exaltation of the Kingdom and Priesthood of Christ.". Psalm 110:1, on the other hand, is a passage flaunted by the New Testament and its missionaries as a verse that they argue “unquestionably points only to Jesus,” and was deliberate mistranslated. How much was revealed to the patriarch David! -- Here the Holy Ghost begins with the kingdom of Christ, which he describeth and magnifieth, --. -- Make thine enemies thy footstool! Yet some critics are so fond of finding new authors for the psalms that they dare to fly in the face of the Lord Jesus himself. This … The putting of Christ's enemies under his feet is an act of justice; and of all others, justice is the most orderly virtue, that which keepeth beauty upon the face of a people, as consisting itself in symmetry and proportion. For jure naturae, no son is lord to his father; domination doth never ascend. Or, rather, At thy right hand, O God! It is quoted in Hebrews 1:13 , to prove him higher far than angels. This daily newsletter provides a starting point for personal study, and gives valuable insight into the verses that make up the Word of God. Singer, in "The Irish Pulpit", 1839. Latest Additions . He was a *priest as Melchizedek Ever in these two lights let us regard him. All the great acts of grace are brought into actual being by the word of God; had he not spoken, there had been no manifestation of Deity to us; but in the beginning was the Word, and from of old there was mysterious fellowship between the Father and his Son Jesus Christ concerning his people and the great contest on their behalf between himself and the powers of evil. Rule in the midst of your foes. Sign In | Sign Up × The … The implication of the Messiah being both the son and the Lord of David is clear enough. Psalms 110:4 The LORD hath … In the Salem Media Group. Psalm 110. by Hank Workman. Sitemap; About Us; Commentaries; Conditional Immortality; Home; What's New? Yet the brevity of the facts surround him that the patriarch Abraham recognized Melchizedek as a high priest, was worthy of tithes and greater than himself. There is enmity against him as a priest, by undervaluing his person, sufferings, righteousness, or merits. For whereas some of them since then have construed all these things as spoken in the name of the people of Judah concerning David their king, the text itself refuseth that construction, when in those words, "Sit thou at my right hand," it mentions an honour done to him of whom it speaketh, greater than can be fitted to the angels, and therefore much less to be applied unto David. New Testament, Jesus. Lord ~ a name for God; it means he has authority, or How greatly should we prize the revelation of his private and solemn discourse with the Son, herein made public for the refreshing of his people! agree with someone). We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. Verse 1. It will make 110:5-7 does not really relate to 110:9, but rather relates to 110:2 and 3. he shall fill(the battle-field) with corpses] This is on the whole the best rendering of an obscurely brief phrase. An oft quoted passage -- because it contains a memorable truth. The LORD said to my Lord, “Sit in the place of honor at my right hand until I humble your enemies, making them a footstool under your feet.” The LORD will extend your powerful kingdom from Jerusalem; you will rule over your enemies. Copyright © 2020, Bible Study Tools. The nations are the enemies of Psalm 110:2. See what over 150,000 … with a *Jew. But this joy has also been procured for it: see Luke 1:43 ; John 20:28 Php 3:3,8. The present psalm grows up from the former Psalm, as the Hill of Olivet, the Hill of Ascension, rises up from the Vale of Gethsemane below it. As surely as Jehovah liveth Jesus must reign, yea, even now he is reigning, though all his enemies are not yet subdued. Here then is to be considered the term of duration or measure off Christ's kingdom: "until." Christ ~ Christ is the Greek word for *Messiah. Look also at We have the Resurrection of the body, because he must "subdue all enemies under his feet, and the last enemy to be destroyed is death," as the Apostle argues out of this psalm, 1 Corinthians 15:25 1 Corinthians 15:26 . Posted on Jan 6, 2006 by Beyond Today Editor Estimated reading time: 6 minutes. But they knew it could not be otherwise understood, and it was commonly taken amongst them to be a prophecy of their Messias, according to the very evidence of the text itself, which cannot be fitted to any other, but only to Christ our Saviour, the Son of God. The Messiah sits in his kingdom at the right hand of God, his enemies being subdued under him, Psa 110:1, Psa 110:2. Psalm 5 in Book 1 of the Psalms of David for more about the word 1. Those rebels who now stand high in power shall soon be in the place of contempt, they shall be his footstool. Therefore there is no cause for alarm whatever may happen in this lower world; the sight of Jesus enthroned in divine glory is the sure guarantee that all things are moving onward towards ultimate victory. Messiah ~ in the Old Testament, the *anointed king. Verse 1. -- Edward Reynolds, 1599-1676. writers wrote before the life of Jesus; the *holy things that the writers wrote temple ~ a place where people meet to worship God. The working of all history towards the ultimate end, which will be --. -- The LORD said unto my Lord, sit thou at my right hand. In verse 7, "lift up his head" means that he will be Then we have the Incarnation of Christ, in the words, "my Lord," together with his dignity and honour above David (as our Saviour himself expounds it, Matthew 22:42 Matthew 22:45 ). of God) before there were any *Jewish *priests or religion. Verse 1. Old Testament ~ the first part of the Bible, which the A Psalm. Look in Psalm 120 about the covenant. he had no father or mother, (Hebrews 7:3). 3 In th’at day d Your power Your people shall come to You willingly, diressed in … *Nations are Proud member Psalm 110 is the 110th psalm of the Book of Psalms, generally known in English by its first verse, in the King James Version, "The L ORD said unto my Lord". Sitting on the throne as Lord, he is yet "my Lord.". 3. From hence we learn that though Christ was man, yet he was more than a bare man, since he is Lord to his father David. He sits there by the Father's ordinance and call, and will sit there despite all the raging of his adversaries, till they are all brought to utter shame by his putting his foot upon their necks. Whole Psalm. Psalm 110 Assurance of Victory for God’s Priest-King. So, when he gets angry, he 1. -- The Lord said. I will give thanks to Yahweh with my whole heart, in the council of the upright, and in … This is because he is there. To stand, in the Scripture phrase, denotes ministry, and to sit, rest; and there is no posture so easy as to sit with a stool under one's feet. Its centre is verse 4, and so it may be divided, as Alexander suggests, into the introduction, verses Ps 106:1-3; the central thought, verse 4; and the supplementary verses, Psalms 106:5-7 . The land where he lives with his - 5 … Show content in: English Both Hebrew. You are arrayed in holy garments, and your strength will be renewed each day like the … 110:0 This is Psalm 110 in the whole book, the 9 th in the third part of the book. Verse 1. A messianic psalm of David—Christ will sit on the Lord’s right hand—He will be a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek. It was a higher honour to have Christ for his son, than to be a king; yet David does not say that Christ is his son, but rejoices that Christ is his Lord, and he Christ's servant. -- The preceding Psalm is a Passion Psalm, and it is now followed by a Psalm of Christ's Resurrection, Ascension, and Session in glory. judge ~ a judge says who is right and who is wrong; or, to On them He will execute judgement, vindicating the cause of His king and people. When you go to war, your people will serve you willingly. Rashi 's Commentary: Show Hide. We find it quoted by Messiah himself to lead Israel to own him as greater than David, Matthew 22:44 . --Edward Reynolds. Jewish ~ a word that describes a *Jew or anything to do It is well to have clear views of the mutual relations of the persons of the blessed Trinity; indeed, the knowledge of these truths is essential for our comfort and growth in grace. We have seen the same connection in Ps. During the present interval, through which we wait for his glorious appearing and visible millennial kingdom, he is in the place of power, and his dominion is in jeopardy, or otherwise he would not remain quiescent. Of the correctness of this title there can be no doubt, since our Lord in Matthew 22:1 says, "How then doth David in spirit call him Lord." With a UCG.org account you will be able to save items to read and study later! All rights reserved. him feel good. Interestingly, … By his unction, and ordination, thereunto, by the word or decree of his Father: "The Lord said". How joyful shall his poor subjects be when they hear that their prince and king has slain their enemies and delivered them out of their hands! Theodoret notes how it is connected with the psalm going before: "there (saith he) we have his cross and sufferings, here his conquest and trophies." on the day you lead your forces priest ~ a servant of God in his *temple. By the greatness of his person in himself, while yet he is nearly allied in blood and nature unto us; "My Lord". The king, David, takes part of priest, in linen ephod, offering sacrifice, blessing the people, bringing forth bread and wine, like Melchizedek (2Sa 6:19; cp Gen 14:18; Heb 7:1; Isa 25:6; Luk 22:17,18; Mat 26:26-29). This expression, that the conquest of Christ's enemies shall be but as the removing of a stool into its place, notes unto us two things: first, the easiness of God's victory over the enemies of Christ. 4 The LORD hath sworn, and … We have his Completed Work and conquest over all his enemies and sufferings; his Resurrection, "he shalt lift up his head"; his Ascension and Intercession, "Sit thou on my right hand." The mariner thereof; ponam and ponam scabellum put thy foes as a stool under thy feet. The work of subduing the nations is now in the hand of the great God, who by his Providence will accomplish it to the glory of his Son; his word is pledged to it, and the session of his Son at his right hand is the guarantee thereof; therefore let us never fear as to the future. By the glory, power, and heavenliness of his kingdom, for in the administration thereof he sitteth at the right hand of his Father: "Sit thou at my right hand". Thus will Christ deal with his enemies at the last day. Chapter 110. Every word is full of weight. of loving and obeying God.) He asserts there are two quotes by God: verses 1 and 4. (here, God and his people). We have also the Sufferings of Christ, in that he was consecrated a priest ( Psalms 110:4 ) to offer up himself once for all, and so to drink of the brook in the way. The opening verse is quoted in Matthew 22:44, Mark 12:36, Luke 20:42, 43, Acts 2:34, 35, and Hebrews 1:13, and verse 4 is quoted in Hebrews 5:6; 7:17, 21, with specific application to the promised Messiah, Jesus Christ. In my commentary on Matthew (Vol. Lastly, herein we may note the great power and wisdom of Christ in turning the malice and mischief of his enemies unto his own use and advantage; and so ordering wicked men that though they intend nothing but extirpation and ruin to his kingdom, yet they shall be useful unto him, and, against their own wills, serviceable to those glorious ends, in the accomplishing whereof he shall be admired by all those that believe. Verse 1. Psalms 110:1 "Jehovah said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, Until I make thine enemies thy footstool." this is true. How did their poor subjects go forward to meet Saul and Jonathan when those kings had slain the Philistines! A grievous battle, and consequent victory over the enemy, foretold: I WILL MAKE THINE ENEMIES THE FOOTSTOOL TO THY FEET, Psalms 110:1. 1 of the New Testament series), pp. This was an anticipation of the exclamation of Thomas, "My Lord and my God," and it expresses the Psalmist's reverence, his obedience, his believing appropriation, and his joy in Christ. Genesis 14, and Hebrews 5 and 7. Who was this mysterious man, Melchizedek? `Full sure, the devil must let alone my Sheblimini, and cannot bring him down either by his scorn or by his wrath.' He will be "the *judge of the *nations", (verse 2. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. 21:9). referring to Psalm 110:1, in the dignity and dominion to which he is advanced. --J.H. *Jewish religion. 3 Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the morning: thou hast the dew of thy youth. Praise Yahweh! Login or Create an Account. Yet some critics are so fond of finding new authors for the psalms that they dare to fly in the face of the Lord Jesus himself. Though David was a firm believer in the Unity of the Godhead, he yet spiritually discerns the two persons, distinguishes between them, and perceives that in the second he has a peculiar interest, for he calls him "my Lord." Bible Commentary: Psalm 110. This As this our king has a glorious throne, so has he also a wonderful footstool; and as his royal throne imparts to us comfort in the highest degree, so his footstool also imparts to us joy. He was a Enmity against his teaching, by quenching the motions, and resisting the evidence of his Spirit in the Word, refusing to hear his voice, and rejecting the counsel of God against themselves. 45-47. Add to my study list. -- This psalm is one of the fullest and most compendious prophecies of the person and offices of Christ in the whole Old Testament, and so full of fundamental truth, that I shall not shun to call it Symbolum Davidicum, the prophet David's creed. At this point the Psalm before us "takes up the wondrous tale"; it exhibits to us the awful solemnities of his reception, it represents the Father bestowing on his well beloved Son the kingdom which he had earned, exalting him to the throne, and putting all things under his feet; receiving him in his office of prophet, and promising universality and permanence to "the rod of his strength"; receiving him in the office of priesthood, his own peculiar priesthood, and confirming its efficacy and duration by an oath; thus perfecting the redemption scheme, and completing the conquest over sin and death, and him who had the power of death. Melchizedek was a *priest (or servant 3. Psalms Chapter 110. In this sitting he is our representative. Whole Psalm. say who is right and who is wrong. Verse 1. The glorious Jehovah thus addresses the Christ as our Saviour; for, says David, he said "unto my Lord." New Testament ~ the last part of the Bible, which the God Psalm 110 Bible Commentary. Said— Decreed it from eternity, and in due time published this decree, and actually executed it; which he did when he raised up Christ from the dead, and brought him into his heavenly mansion. In verse 5, "on the right" means the same as in verse This putting of Christ's enemies as a stool under his feet, also denotes unto us two things in reference to Christ: first, his rest, and secondly, his triumph. His everlasting priesthood, Psa 110:4. Really, the Hebrew says, "until they are your footstool". -- A Psalm of David. And as a king; enmity to his worship, by profaneness neglecting it, by idolatry misappropriating it, by superstition corrupting it. Power, "Until I make thine enemies thy footstool". While we see our Lord and representative sitting in quiet expectancy, we, too, may sit in the attitude of peaceful assurance, and with confidence await the grand outcome of all events. LORD ~ the *covenant name for God (in a *covenant you And he will win every fight. His execution of justice and judgment, Psa 110:5, Psa 110:6. 2 The LORD shall send the rod of thy strength out of Zion: rule thou in the midst of thine enemies. PSALM 110 7 An inheritance on the way he maketh it,l” therefore he exalteth they1 Head, (Nm. spirit ~ this part of us lives when our body dies. Whole Psalm. There is Jehovah the Father, and my Lord, the Son, and the consecrating of him to be David's Lord which was by the Holy Ghost, by whose fulness he was anointed unto the offices of king and priest; for so our Saviour himself expounds this word "said," by the scaling and sanctification of him to his office, John 10:34 John 10:35 John 10:36 . (Religion is a way HISTORICAL CONTEXT: 2Sa 6: The ark brought to Zion. California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Submitted by admin on Sun, 2007-01-21 11:59. Psalm 110 picks up the key motif of the Psalter that was first articulated in Psalm 2. The LORD has sworn and will not change his mind: … It is about the things that Jesus did before Christ’s birth. The reason on … Subject and Division. until I make your enemies your footstool.” 2. Psalm 110 - A psalm of David. Feb 9 - Errors of the Invitation System or Alter Call . Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the … 357,358, we commented on the first verse of this psalm. There is enmity against him as a prophet. A *judge is a person that says who is right and who is wrong. A dominion to which David himself is subject, shows the heavenly majesty of the King, and the heavenly character of his kingdom. Whole Psalm. PSALM 110 OVERVIEW.. Verse 1. Such do I conceive to be the occasion, the object, and the tendency of this sacred song: to me it appears to be eminently an epinicion, or song of victory: it celebrates the triumph of the conqueror, it presents him with the rewards of victory, and it predicts future conquests as crowning his glory; while elsewhere we see the Captain of our salvation militant, here we sec him triumphant; while elsewhere we see his offices inchoate, here they are perfected by the approval of the Godhead, and the promise of eternity: here we have instruction consolidating empire, and the atonement completed by the everlasting priesthood. Christians believe that Jesus’ death gives us a better way to God than the Psalms 110:2 The LORD shall send the rod of thy strength out of Zion: rule thou in the midst of thine enemies. *LORD below. More especially does the Reformer call verse 5 a well spring, -- nay, a treasury of all Christian doctrines, understanding, wisdom, and comfort, richer and fuller than any other passage of Holy Writ. In an attempt to prove the Divinity of the Messiah, Christians misquote Psalm 110:1 as, "The LORD said to my Lord, Sit at my right hand, until I make your enemies thy footstool,” and verse 4 stating, “You are a priest forever after the manner of Melchizedek. Of David. has had a drink of water from the stream at the side of the road! Enmity shows itself against Christ in all the offices of his mediation. Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the morning: thou hast the dew of thy youth.". The twenty-fourth exhibits to us the Messiah ascending to his redemption throne borne up by the wings of angels and archangels, and hosannahed by the whole intelligent creation; it marks in the most glowing colours the triumphant entry of Messiah into the heavenly regions, and the tone of authority and power with which he commands that entrance -- it sends him attended by the angelic host to his Father's throne, there to claim that preeminence which was his by inheritance and by conquest. The word messiah is *Hebrew for *anointed. --Alfred Edersheim, 1873. 1 Of David a psalm. -- This psalm has been well designated the crown of all the Psalms, of which Luther saith that it is worthy to be overlaid with precious jewels. Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool. of On his stirrup is engraven, "I will make thine enemies' thy footstool," and upon his diadem, "Thou art a priest for ever." The mediatorial kingdom will last until the last enemy shall be destroyed, and then, according to the inspired word, "cometh the end, when he shall have delivered up the kingdom to God even the Father." The nature and extent of his government, Psa 110:3. Jew ~ a person who is born from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. There is a manifest distinction in the divine persons, since one speaks to another; yet the Godhead is one. Bible Commentary Psalm 110. Perhaps this will make him feel that he He was not a *Jewish *priest. 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