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  • Christian3
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    Originally posted by lee_merrill View Post
    And because he is Lord.


    I do believe that! See the quote from the commentary above.

    Blessings,
    Lee
    OK, thank you.

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  • lee_merrill
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    Originally posted by Christian3 View Post
    So, you believe Jesus is saying that the Messiah would be greater than David because he is the Messiah.
    And because he is Lord.

    You don't believe Jesus is saying the Messiah would be David's God?
    I do believe that! See the quote from the commentary above.

    Blessings,
    Lee

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  • Christian3
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    Originally posted by lee_merrill View Post
    I would think "Lord" would mean David was the Messiah-King's servant. Thus the conundrum!

    Source: A. Carr, The Gospel according to St Matthew

    The Lord said unto my Lord] Ps. 110:1. According to the Hebrew, “Jehovah said to Adoni,” i. e. to my sovereign Lord, the Messiah, the Son of David.

    © Copyright Original Source



    Blessings,
    Lee
    So, you believe Jesus is saying that the Messiah would be greater than David because he is the Messiah. You don't believe Jesus is saying the Messiah would be David's God?

    Leave a comment:


  • lee_merrill
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    I would think "Lord" would mean David was the Messiah-King's servant. Thus the conundrum!

    Source: A. Carr, The Gospel according to St Matthew

    The Lord said unto my Lord] Ps. 110:1. According to the Hebrew, “Jehovah said to Adoni,” i. e. to my sovereign Lord, the Messiah, the Son of David.

    © Copyright Original Source



    Blessings,
    Lee

    Leave a comment:


  • Christian3
    started a topic The Messiah, whose son is he?

    The Messiah, whose son is he?

    Matthew 22:

    "41 While the Pharisees were together, Jesus questioned them, 42 “What do you think about the Messiah? Whose Son is He?”

    “David’s,” they told Him.

    43 He asked them, “How is it then that David, inspired by the Spirit,[q] calls Him ‘Lord’:

    44 The Lord declared to my Lord,
    ‘Sit at My right hand
    until I put Your enemies under Your feet’?[r][s]

    45 “If David calls Him ‘Lord,’ how then can the Messiah be his Son?” 46 No one was able to answer Him at all,[t] and from that day no one dared to question Him anymore."

    Why did David call the Messiah, Lord? "Lord" in what sense?

    Thank you.



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