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Serve the Lord with fear and rejoice with trembling.
Kiss the Son, lest He be angry and you be destroyed in your way, for His wrath can flare up in a moment. This is one of the easiest Psalms to study because it clearly divides into four parts: Verses 1-3; verses 4-6; verses 7-9; and verses 10-12.
Now the phrase "Anointed One" in verse 2 is a critical term.
In the Hebrew, it is "Messiah," and in the Greek the word is "Christos," or "Christ." This is a Messianic Psalm and it is one of the most frequently quoted in the New Testament.
Why do the nations conspire and the peoples plot in vain?
The kings of the earth take their stand and the rules gather together against the Lord and against His Anointed One.
So in stanza one, the world is speaking: Let us break their chains and throw off their fetters.
But God doesn’t want us to live in agitation, confusion, or turmoil. Today I’d like to read for you Psalm 2 and show you the four stanzas with their four verbs and four voices.
Every time you and I fill our cars with gas, we are unwittingly helping finance the most accelerated and massive military buildup in the world today as the Arab nations of the Middle East build up their arsenals and armories, and, of course, they only really have one enemy—the little nation of Israel, so narrow that an F-16 can fly across it in seconds.
There is a worldwide rebellion against submission to the Lordship of Christ, and that same rebellion cuts through our own hearts.
THE CURE FOR TURMOIL Psalm 2 Today I’d like to begin a series of message from the largest and longest book of the Bible, the book of Psalms.
But I’d like to picture it, not as the large Hebraic hymn book that it is, but as a little medicine shop, filled with 150 bottles of ointments, creams, tonics, and medicines for whatever afflicts the soul.