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This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Psalm two

The patience of God the blessed man had come to discover, is to save humanity. Although unworthy, the will of God the blessed man came to understand is to put behind him the sins and rebellion of humanity. As a result, God offered his son as the perfect sacrifice.

Mankind could now come to God knowing he has been pardon, that God has forgiven his rebellion, and he could once again sit at the king’s table. And accepting the king’s mercy, the blessed man turned his life over to the king. Immediately he was promoted to a place of honor. He received a new title, and a king’s seal was given to him.

Preparing for the coming kingdom and reign of God, the blessed man took the counsel of God to the world. God in time past had warned the nations. They had become vile in their ways, it repented the Lord he had made man, he was angry at the nations. And in his anger, sent a great flood to destroy human life on the earth.

However, to spare humanity, and to fulfill his word, God saved Noah and his family. To Noah, he revealed his judgment and what he must do in order to escape his wrath which is God’s execution plan against sin. Noah believed in God, and so built an ark according to the blueprint provided; God being merciful to Noah and his house told Noah and his family to enter the ark on the day appointed.

Steadfast the blessed man preached, that the nations before would not listen to Noah, nor the word of God. They rejected God’s counsel and encouraged the world before to rebel against God. But God would not change his mind, he will not withhold, and because the word has gone from his mouth, he will surely send the flood to deal out the penalty for sins, and God’s method of executing judgment according to the curse resting on humanity.

Today the nations are in an uproar against God, they are determined to make war with God, but as it was in the days before the flood, they thought it wise to defy the God of heaven not realizing he had sent his word, and soon his son shall be king forever.

The prophet Isaiah wrote, “Of the increase of His government and peace there shall be no end. Upon the throne of David and upon His Kingdom, to order it and to establish it with judgment and with justice from now on even forever. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.

This king is what the blessed man had uncovered will become the king that saves, and the king against who the nations will march against, and the king who will establish an everlasting kingdom. And although the nations are in an uproar, God’s king whom he has established will break them in pieces because his God has made him the eternal king and is determined to bring it to pass, and it was because of these things written in the law the blessed man turned from his sins to serve the living God becoming a member of his increased government.

The Lord said to his king, “Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; Thou shalt dash them to pieces like a potter’s vessel. Be wise now therefore, O ye kings; be instructed, ye judges of the earth.” Blessed is he that reads and he that hear the words of this prophecy and keep those things that are written therein because the time is at hand.

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