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I would like to also contribute a bit more thought to this passage. In the original Hebrew Psalm 110 reads like this: Yĕhovah nĕ'um Adonay (transliterated) The Yēhovah here is usually shown to be distinct by capitalization like this: LORD. And Adonay is rendered in lowercase as: Lord. The Septuagint is translated from the Hebrew to the Greek like this: ...


This is a messianic vision, and David is primarily concerned here with Christ and his place with God, and his Priesthood Authority. I see the first part of your question as having two elements. Element 1, "The Lord says to My Lord" is a conversation between God The Father (Elohim) and Christ The Son (Jesus Christ). Element 2, it was necessary to ...

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