Praises For The King Of Kings

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Weight 0.10 kg
Dimensions 18.1 × 12.1 × 1.0 cm
binding

Paperback

format

Book

page-count

120

isbn

9780851515878

scripture

Psalms

Original Pub Date

1991

Banner Pub Date

Apr 1, 1991

Book Description

Walter Chantry invites us to share in meditation on the person of Christ and his work through the study of three psalms which focus our gaze on different aspects of his grace, majesty, and glory. Thus in Psalm 2, we are introduced to a philosophy of life; in Psalm 110, we are given a vision of the coronation of Christ; in Psalm 45 we catch a glimpse of Christ in the glory of his return.

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Introduction 7
Psalm 2: A Philosophy of Life 12
Scene 1: The Mutiny of Man, or Christ Rejected 14
Scene 2: The Supremacy of God, or Christ Appointed 22
Scene 3: The Authority of Christ, or Christ Commissioned 30
Scene 4: The Policy of the Gospel, or Christ Received 37
Psalm 110: The Coronation 48
1: The Powerful Reign of Christ 50
2: The Spiritual Reign of Christ 61
3: The Priestly Reign of Christ 69
4: The Judicial Reign of Christ 74
Psalm 45: His Coming Again 83
1: The Approaching King 86
The King’s Excellency 87
The King’s Victory 90
The King’s Destiny 93
2: The Awaiting Bride 96
Bridal Assurance 97
Bridal Appearance 105
3: The Approval of the Union 109

 

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  1. Andrew Young

    This book by gives us three clear expositions on different psalms from the Old Testament. They are:
    1. Psalm 2, showing alternative philosophies of life, and a call to submit to God and His Son Christ;
    2. Psalm 110, which looks forward to the coronation of Christ;
    3. Psalm 45, which points us forward to the coming of Christ.
    The three psalms are clearly structured with appropriate subheadings. They are faithful expositions from the Old Testament, which point us forward to the Lord Jesus Christ. I can recommend this book as a delightful, devotional read. It may cause us to catch a greater view of the King of kings and help us to praise Him in a more worthy way.

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