Christmas in the Psalms: Christ, the True King

Series: Christmas in the Psalms

Christmas in the Psalms: Christ, the True King

December 19, 2021 | John Durham

Ps 72 can’t be about Solomon, many kings followed in Israel and in Judah (42…34 were evil) none lived up to this pure rule of righteousness and justice that is spoken of in Ps 72. When the OT writes about a king, it is always pointing to something bigger, someone greater – namely the Messiah,

 

NO HUMAN IS EVER GOING TO BE THE ANSWER TO HUMANITY’S GREATEST DILEMMAS AND DEEPEST NEEDS.

 

THE TRUE KING

IS ALWAYS JUST AND ALWAYS RIGHT

SEES THE NEEDY AND THE HURTING

TELLS US WHO WE ARE

REFRESHES OUR WEARY SOULS

IS WORTHY OF OUR HIGHEST WORSHIP

WILL BE KING FOREVER

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In this season of expectation and celebration of the coming of the Savior of the world, join us as we take a look at the Psalms. The promise of the coming Messiah is spoken and sung all throughout the Psalms.

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