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Which 'Lord', is David referring to, in Psalms 110?

Discussion in 'Scriptural Debates' started by Desert Snake, Aug 18, 2019.

  1. Desert Snake

    Desert Snake .Jesuist Mystic

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    Which Lord, is David referring to, in Psalms 110:1?

    *The first Lord, [Yahweh, or, the second Lord, Adonai?


    I personally do not say Yahweh to refer to the Tetragrammaton, however it serves it's purpose here, for inferred meaning
     
  2. Desert Snake

    Desert Snake .Jesuist Mystic

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    New Testament context, though any answer welcome,

    Psalms 110

    Matthew 22:37-46
    'David calls me Lord', is what Jesus says,

    Jesus says that David calls Him Lord. Now, there are two 'lords', in Psalms 110:1

    We already know that Dovid calls Jesus Lord, the question, is which 'Lord', in Psalms 110:1 is Jesus referring to?

    If Dovid is calling Jesus the second Lord, Adonai, then Psalms 110
    Is obviously about Jesus, not David.

    If David means the first 'Lord', that is Yahweh, and means that David is calling Jesus, Yahweh.

    So, which is it? Which 'Lord' in Psalms 110:1 is David calling Lord?

     
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    The Spirit of God (YHVH) is speaking to David, and calling David the Lord to be i.e Messiah; as straight after it appoints him as being of the Order of Melchizedek (Psalms 110:4).

    In Psalms 89:19-21 David is appointed as a holy vessel to be the anointed (Messiah) Arm of the Lord; which we see paraphrased in Isaiah 52:13-14.

    When the Spirit of Salvation (Yeshua) is placed into the flesh of David (Isaiah 52:10), it is just the language barriers that make it confusing; especially them changing his name into a swear word (H5580 jesus = shall be a beast & G5580 psudeo-Christos = false Christ).

    It is like when God spoke at Yeshua's Baptism by John, it says "This is my beloved (David) Son, in whom I am well pleased" (Matthew 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-23).

    There are multiple places in the Tanakh, David is ultimately the Messiah over the Messianic Age; so Yeshua has to be David with the Spirit of the Lord upon him.

    Ezekiel 34:23-24, Ezekiel 37:24-25, Jeremiah 23:5, Jeremiah 30:8-9, Jeremiah 33:15, Hosea 3:5, Isaiah 55:3, Isaiah 22:22, Isaiah 9:6-7, Revelation 5:5, etc.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
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