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This passage is prophetic; the Lord (YAHWEH) is speaking the my lord (Adonai); it is a David's vision of the coming of Christ, evident by the "King Priest" identification to "Melchizedek" (See Hebrews). The last verse, verse 7, is a reference to His suffering - perhaps a picture of a king on his knee or all four to drink from a small stream, (along the way ...


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All the Godhead dwells in Jesus, Jesus is the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. I believe it was God which is spirit talking to the Man nature of Christ. Jesus prayed to his self. The man nature of him praying to the divine nature. The Godhead is Jesus, fully man and fully God.


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Interestingly, despite there being several good answers here, no one has yet raised the possibility that the word ראם (re'em) refers to an animal known as the aurochs or urus (Bos primigenius). (Edit: Bruce James' answer does say "the ראם is a type of cow", which would be consistent with the aurochs conclusion.) Around the turn of the twentieth century ...


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To answer your first question, yes the theory appears to be considered a valid possibility. Dictionary of the Old Testament (2008) argues for the idea. The Psalms of Lament in Mark's Passion (2007) and An Introduction to the Old Testament Poetic Books offer it as an alternative view in footnotes Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith? (2012) states "The ...


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"This superscription is especially difficult, and many medievals struggle to understand the possible historical context of "over the death of the son, if that is the correct translation." (JPS Study Bible pp1291-2) While the exact meaning and translation is uncertain, the superscription can be used to explain the unusual structure of Psalms 9 and 10. ...


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In the original Hebrew we find the LORD (yud-hey-vahv-hey) says to my Lord (Adonee). The second lord, being in the singular, is referring to a human king or nobleman. In historical context it becomes clear that this psalm, written by David, was meant to be sung by the kohenim during temple liturgy. The kohenim would sing "The LORD says to my lord (king ...



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