Psalm 110 speaks of Jesus. Jesus the Messiah. His credentials are all there. Take a listen:
1″The Lord said to my Lord, Sit in the place of honor at My right hand until I humble Your enemies, making them a footstool under Your feet.
2The Lord will extend Your powerful kingdom from Jerusalem, You will rule over Your enemies.
3When You go to war, Your people will serve You willingly. You are arrayed in holy garments, and Your strength will be renewed each day like the morning dew.
4The Lord has taken an oath and will not break His vow; You are a priest forever in the order of Melchizedek.
5The Lord stands at Your right hand to protect you. He will strike down many kings when His anger erupts.
6He will punish the nations and fill their lands with corpses; He will shatter heads over the whole earth.
7But He Himself will be refreshed from brooks along the way. He will be victorious.
Many people believe in God, but consider Jesus only a “good teacher”. The Bible does not allow that option. Both Old and New Testaments proclaim the deity of The One Who came and saved us. Jesus spoke of this psalm (in Mark 12) when He explained that it spoke of the Messiah as greater than David. Peter (in Acts 2) uses this Psalm to show that Jesus our Messiah sits at God’s right hand and is Lord over everything. There is no buts about it; the Bible clearly calls Jesus Lord.
Who do You call Lord?