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Apr 1995 - Notes On Psalm 2 - Bible Studies 1964

How will God view all man's efforts to keep God out of the world that He had made? For as Psalm 89:11 says, 'The heavens are Thine, the earth also is Thine'. Psalm 2 tells us:

He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh:

The Lord shall have them in derision.

In several places we read of the Lord laughing at men in their folly (Ps. 37:13; 59:8; Prov. 1:26). This will be terribly true at the coming of the Lord to this earth again, when He rises to shake mightily the earth; men will run like scared rabbits to the caves and holes of the earth and will call upon the mountains to cover them from His wrath (Rev. 6:12-17).

Then shall He speak to them in His wrath,

And vex (terrify) them in His sore displeasure (Ps. 2:5).

In the meanwhile God has set His King upon His holy hill of Zion above (Heb. 12:22), upon His throne at His right hand, and in that day of the Lord's coming again He will set His King, King Messiah, upon the mount Zion in the holy land. Christ will come to that land which is peculiarly His own, He who is the Root and the Offspring of David, Son of God and Son of Man, and that land which was for so long deserted will be called Beulah (married), for it will be married by the repentant and gathered sons of Israel who will never be divorced therefrom again (Is. 62:4).

Who is Jehovah's King? He is the Son of God, not by the virgin birth, for He is the only begotten Son of God, begotten from eternity, before all ages.