Saturday, November 24, 2012

Psalm 110,Study 2,Son To The Father,

Psalm 110,Study 2,Son To The Father,

 So we are asking the question "when did Jesus become the Son Of God ?"

And drawing a parallel between Psalm 110:4 and Psalm 2:7

Why are we asking this question ? the answer is obvious is it not ?
So why does  Father God say “The Lord said to me, ‘You are my son.
Today I have become your Father.  ?



So lets look firstly at the meaning of "day" in Gods word

And we must remember that when we read  "Day" or "Today" in the bible not to take it always as a literal day

We know that a day can be a period of time and we know that the days leading up to the  fourth day of creation may not have been  days as we know them ...why ? because the sun , moon and stars were not created until the fourth day Genesis 1:14

This means that the seasons and the sun rise and the moons reflection at night would not have been seen neither their circle or cycle of rotation creating what we know now as the 24 hour clock

We know that a day can be seen as a time with a beginning but no end in "The day of your salvation" being that my salvation has a beginning and that would be the time I was "born again"

And we know that the seventh day does not end with "And there was evening, and there was morning—the seventh day"

Now you can say with this that my salvation has a beginning as I am "being saved" and in the process of being saved but that it also goes into and onto "Eternity"

So this can be said to be "My day" as in an eternity with a beginning

For example "The days of my youth" can be seen as a period of time

 In the days of "Ezekiel" being in his lifetime

"Today...If you hear His voice" being in your lifetime

"Today is the day of salvation " can be read by anyone from any generation as applying to them at any given time in history

Today can be seen as an "eternity without beginning or end" as in Today being Gods day as an indefinite period of time or through eternity without beginning or end in "The Ancient of Days" being a name for God who spans eternity past and without beginning nor end



So without further a doo lets unravel this now and we find the answers in

Romans 1:4 "was declared with power to be the Son of God by his resurrection from the dead"

So we can see that Jesus was always the Son of God but that there was  a time when Jesus having
been raised from his mortal body and back to His place with the Father sat at the Right Hand of
His Father having overcome and in victory rests from having fulfilled and completed His work

In this the Father says in Psalm 2:7 "today I have become your Father"

This day being the day of the resurrection in power ...the firstborn of a multitude,,,rather..
"Today 'IN Power" you are my Son

Revealed and seen as shown to the world ...the revelation to the I have become your Father"

Or Today I reveal you as my son.

And in Acts 13:33 we read  "he has fulfilled for us, their children, by raising up Jesus. As it is
 written in the second Psalm: "'You are my Son; today I have become your Father.'

And further more lets go to Psalm 89:27 I will also appoint him my firstborn"

Hebrews 5:5 So Christ also did not take upon himself the glory of
 becoming a high priest. But God said to him, "You are my Son; today I have become your Father."

So we now get the meaning of this verse in that Jesus was always "The Son of God" but Today you
are my Son

Or today 'as in "the days of the Son of God on earth" or "the days of the resurrection" or "the days when my Son was revealed to the world"

THIS is the day when "You are my I have become your Father" to the world and for the world to see and revealed and revealing the purposes of God and the heart of and now in the age the world can now see I have become your Father

But also can be said to mean "today" as in "eternity"

This takes us the "High Priest" and to Melchizedek.

And with this now we go to the book of hebrews and we are going to whizz through this book just
to pull out some verses and display hebrews as the book about "Jesus the high priest"

The Melchizedek,  without beginning of days or end of life



Well firstly before we go to hebrews lets go back to Genesis and read Genesis 14:18-20 which
can also be found in Hebrews 7:1-2

Now quite who this Melchezidek was is unknown and remains a mystery although there are
signs that point to Jesus and some would say without doubt that this man was Jesus we must
remember this verse in hebrews Hebrews 7:3

{QUOTE)Without father or mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end of life,
like the Son of God he remains a priest forever.(UNQUOTE)

Well We know that Jesus had a Father and Mother and a genealogy however "without beginning of
days remains a Priest forever" must conclude this to be Jesus

Then we read "like the Son of God "

So we can summarise by saying that this person was more than likely to be Jesus as there is
none other who is a priest and is without beginning of days or end of life

Whatever we conclude we must say that "this person was / is  "like the Son of God"

Then we see that Psalm 110:4 ties in with Genesis 14:18-20 and is referred to and reflected on
in Hebrews 5:6

Now we see that in Genesis 14:18-20 "Melchizedek king of Salem" and "salem" can be said to
mean "Peace" in hebrew so here we have reference to "The Prince of Peace"

And the hebrew meaning of the name of Melchizedek can be said to mean  "King of

Now Melchizedek also brings "bread and wine" and He was a Priest of God and we know that
Abram gave him a tenth of the spoils of war

In this although the scriptures declare "like the Son of God" and "After the order of Melchizedek."

It seems to pointout that Melchizedek is "likened to"

And "Without father or mother, without genealogy" seems not to refer to Jesus

We must look for the signposts here and realise that Gods Word has many unanswered
questions and what we read or experience is simply the tip of the iceberg

Some may like to think they have found  the answers but we can only conclude that
"without beginning of days or end of life," this scripture can only refer to "One Person"

As there is no other person from eternity who is a "High Priest"

Now at this point we go onto the book of hebrews