Psalm 110: complete, commentary


CommentAs stated in the Gospel of Matthew, Psalm 110 was written by David who identifies the Lord as the Messiah, saying that his sovereign power was affirmed in Zion through the conquest of humanity made through the cross. He is judge of every man and on the day of victory, with his death and resurrection, the glorious entry into the heavens will take place.

Psalm 110 complete

[1] Of David. Psalm. Oracle of the Lord to my Lord: "Sit on my right hand, until I place your enemies as a stool for your feet".

[2] The scepter of your power extends the Lord from Zion: “Dominate among your enemies.

[3] To you the principality in the day of your power among holy splendors; from the breast of the dawn, like dew, I begot you. "

[4] The Lord swore and did not repent: "You are a priest forever in the way of Melchizedek."

[5] The Lord is at your right hand, he will annihilate kings on the day of his anger.

[6] He will judge peoples: in the midst of corpses he will crush his head on a vast earth.

[7] Along the way he quenches his thirst at the stream and lifts his head high.

A Fuller Picture of Christ - Psalm 110 (April 2024)

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