Psalm 2 has a couple of introductory titles.
The Coronation of the King
The Messiah's Triumph and Kingdom
The Reign of the Lord's Annointed
All show examples that this Psalm is pointing to the coming Messiah. I love reading in the Old Testament, the prophesies that have so vividly come to pass already. As we are playing out more prophesies currently, it is amazing how accurately God portrayed them, and fulfills them.
I love how Psalm 2:11& 12 reads in The Passion Translation;
"Serve and worship the awe-inspiring God. Recognize his greatness and bow before him,
trembling with reverence in his presence.
Fall down before him and kiss the feet of his Son..."
The 12 verses in this Psalm are broken up into different voices.
The first is the Nations. In verse 4 God speaks. Verse 7 Jesus speaks and finally in Verse 10, the Holy Spirit speaks.
Trembling with Reverence can also be Rejoice with Trembling
The Hebrew word for 'rejoice' means to "spin around with excited emotions or 'twirl".
We know from Genesis that all three in the trinity have always been, and I love finding the Holy Spirit and Jesus pop up in the Old Testament.
In our minds today, let us bow down and kiss our Savior's feet.
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