SEV Biblia, Chapter 110:5 Â¶ El Señor a tu diestra herirá a los reyes en el día de su furor:
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 109:5 Verse 5. The Lord at thy right hand ] Here Venema thinks the Psalm speaks of David. As Jesus is at the right hand of God, so he will be at thy hand, giving thee all the support and comfort requisite.
Shall strike through kings ] As he did in the case of Abraham, Gen. xiv. 1-16, (for to this there seems to be an allusion,) where he smote four kings, and filled the pits with the dead bodies of their troops. That the allusion is to the above transaction seems the most probable because in the same chapter, where the defeat of the four kings is mentioned, we have the account of Melehizedek coming to meet Abraham, and receiving the tenth of the spoils.
Matthew Henry Commentary Christ's kingdom.
--Glorious things are here spoken of Christ. Not only he should be superior to all the kings of the earth, but he then existed in glory a the eternal Son of God. Sitting is a resting posture: after service and sufferings, to give law, to give judgment. It is a remainin posture: he sits like a king for ever. All his enemies are now in chain, but not yet made his footstool. And his kingdom, being set up shall be kept up in the world, in despite of all the powers of darkness. Christ's people are a willing people. The power of the Spirit, going with the power of the world, to the people of Christs, i effectual to make them willing. They shall attend him in the beautifu attire of holiness; which becomes his house for ever. And he shall have many devoted to him. The dew of our youth, even in the morning of ou days, ought to be consecrated to our Lord Jesus. Christ shall not onl be a King, but a Priest. He is God's Minister to us, and our Advocat with the Father, and so is the Mediator between God and man. He is Priest of the order of Melchizedek, which was before that of Aaron, an on many accounts superior to it, and a more lively representation of Christ's priesthood. Christ's sitting at the right hand of God, speak as much terror to his enemies as happiness to his people. The effect of this victory shall be the utter ruin of his enemies. We have here the Redeemer saving his friends, and comforting them. He shall be humbled he shall drink of the brook in the way. The wrath of God, running in the curse of the law, may be considered as the brook in the way of his undertaking. Christ drank of the waters of affliction in his way to the throne of glory. But he shall be exalted. What then are we? Has the gospel of Christ been to us the power of God unto salvation? Has his kingdom been set up in our hearts? Are we his willing subjects? Once we knew not our need of his salvation, and we were not willing that he should reign over us. Are we willing to give up every sin, to turn from a wicked, insnaring world, and rely only on his merits and mercy, to have him for our Prophet, Priest, and King? and do we desire to be holy? To those who are thus changed, the Saviour's sacrifice intercession, and blessing belong __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew אדני 136 על 5921 ימינך 3225 מחץ 4272 ביום 3117 אפו 639 מלכים׃ 4428