Christ in the psalms was originally published back in 2000 but has since been revised if you own the original like myself you will first notice a more substantial introduction in this edition fr reardon explains the unity of the bible the voices of the psalter and the first three psalms i never noticed this about the psalms before but the first three chapters form a theological outline for the whole book the other major changes occurred in fr reardons commentary on psalms . The psalm is divided into two very clear parts the sufferings of christ vv 1 20 and the glories that followed vv 22 31 what seals the exclusively messianic nature of this psalm is the fact that the benefits of the sufferings of christ are set out in vv 26 31 in addition the writer of hebrews cites v 22 in heb 2 and tells us that that was speaking of christ as the mediator and heavenly worship leader of his church all attempts to make this partially about david or even . The purpose in this volume is to search for our lord jesus christ in the psalms that he is there is abundantly demonstrated by the scriptures already quoted but also by the many quotations from the psalms themselves found in the new testament in which the psalms thus quoted are applied to him such psalms are called messianic though it is not doubted that the messiah is in many psalms not . The psalms draw an admirable and poignant portrait of the suffering of the messiah st pius x wrote in his apostolic constitution divino afflatu the picture of christ the redeemer is lovingly traced through the words of the psalms once resurrected our lord makes explicit reference to the psalms that describe his passion all things he said must be fulfilled which are
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