Aloha Friday Message – December 7, 2012 – Second Friday of Advent

1249AFC120712 – Messianic Psalms Friday before the Second Week of Advent

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This message could end up being the shortest in a long time or the longest ever. I’m going to give you a list of Messianic Psalms, Psalms that speak prophetically about Jesus’ birth or about his passion, death, and resurrection. With each Psalm, I will give you a link to a verse the shows how that prophecy was fulfilled “in accordance with the Scriptures.” There are several dozen more places in the Old Testament that contain prophecy about Jesus, but I will present only texts from Psalms.

The reason I say this will be short is that I am not going to comment on the texts. The reason I say this will be the longest ever is that I am asking you to go through the table below each day of the coming week and look up the Psalm with the prophesy and the verse describing the fulfillment of the prophecy. The conclusion I hope you will reach by the end of the week is that Jesus has been the Christ since before the Earth began, and will be the Christ forever after the Earth is dissolved. As we did last week, we will be focusing on and confirming the Divinity of Jesus.

 

Date

Psalms about his coming

Friday, 12/7

Psalm 2:6 – He will be a King Matthew 21:5; John 18:36, 37
Psalm 2:7 – you are my Son, today I have begotten you Matthew 3:17; Acts 13:33
Psalm 69:9 – zeal for thy house has consumed me John 2:16-17

Saturday, 12/8

Psalm 78:2 – He will speak in parables Matthew 13:34, 35
Psalm 110:1 – He will be called Lord Matthew 22:43–45; Luke 2:11; Hebrews 1:10
Psalm 118:22 – He will be the stone rejected by the builders. Acts 4:10-11; Romans 9:32-33; 1 Peter 2:7-8

Sunday 12/9

Psalm 118:26 – He will come to the Temple Matthew 21:12; John 2:13-17
Psalm 132:11; Jeremiah 23:5 – He will come from the House of David Matthew 1:1; Luke 3:23, 31
Psalms about his Passion, Death, and Resurrection
Psalm 16:10; Psalm 30:3 – He will die but not decay Acts 2:31; Acts 13:33-35
Psalm 22:1 – He is abandoned Matthew 27:46; Mark 15:34

Monday, 12/10

Psalm 22:7 – People wag their heads and mock him Matthew 27:39; Mark 15:29
Psalm 22:16 – He will be counted among sinners Matthew 27:38; Mark 15:27; Luke 23:32; John 19:18
Psalm 22:16 – Hands and feet pierced John 19:22-37

Tuesday, 12/11

Psalm 22:17 – They will stare and mock Matthew 27:36; Luke 23:35
Psalm 22:18 –Garments are divided and lots are cast Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23
Psalm 30:3; Psalm 41:10, Psalm 118:17 – He will be raised to life on the third day Acts 13:33, Matthew 28:6; Mark 16:6; Luke 24:34-46

Wednesday, 12/12

Psalm 41:9; Psalm 55:12-14 – Betrayed by a friend Matthew 10:4; Matthew 26:20-25; Mark 14:18-21; John 13:18
Psalm 68:18-20 – He ascend to Heaven and defeat death Mark 16:19; Luke 24:51; John 20:17; Acts 1:9
Psalm 69:21 – Given vinegar to drink Matthew 27:34, 48; Mark 15:23, 36; Luke 23:36; John 19:29
Psalm 110:1 – Sits at the right hand of God Hebrews 1:3; Acts 2:34-35

 

Share-A-Prayer

  • “Shannon” – Peace, Baptism in the Holy Spirit, victory over drug use.
  • Missionaries who go out into the world to carry the Good News and the Sacraments to every land and nation, including missionaries, itinerant preachers, and lay people carrying God’s word and God’s gifts to our communities.
  • The Peoples in Egypt, Syria, Iran, Israel, Afghanistan, and North Korea who are suffering persecutions, terror, imprisonment, torture, and other inhumane injustices: Pray that God will empower leaders who will govern with morality, compassion, integrity, wisdom, and justice so that peace can grow and flourish.
  • Citizens along the United States’ East Coast who continue to suffer because of hurricane Sandy, and for other states and areas experiencing disruptive and unusual weather: Pray that many more people will pitch in to help those to recover their losses who have lost so much.
  • For families enduring illness, rebellion, addiction, failing marriages, or other grievous trials, we ask God to brighten and lighten their days by planting hope wherever despair sprouts up.
  • Pray for love. Love of family, love of friends, love of life, love of scripture, love of mercy, and love of God in all things and through all things for the endless Glory of God.

Whatever, whenever, wherever, whoever, however, if ever, forever — at your service, Beloved.

Jesus is Lord!

MARAN ATHA! MARANA THA!

 

Whatever, whenever, wherever, whoever, however, if ever, forever — at your service, Beloved.

Beloved, I really want you to use the links to access, read, and meditate on the scriptures this week. To help you with that, I’ve given you a PDF copy of this message. You can save it and open it later rather than look for this email for the links.

🙂 chick

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