by Edward Reynolds
Modernized, Edited & Reformatted
Herein, the various aspects of Christian Religion contained within are thoroughly discussed. The topics covered include the exaltation of Christ, the authority of his Kingdom, the qualities of his subjects, His Priesthood, victories, sufferings, and resurrection, all of which are extensively explained and applied.
"An Explication of the Hundred and Tenth Psalm" by Edward Reynolds is a profound and thought-provoking commentary on Psalm 110. Reynolds, a skilled theologian and minister, explores the rich and layered meaning of this biblical text. The book highlights the glory and importance of the Gospel, emphasizing the duties and responsibilities of ministers in faithfully dispensing its message. Reynolds passionately argues that the Gospel is a powerful force that demands sincerity and freedom in its presentation, rejecting all forms of deception and superficial embellishments. He explores the sufferings of Christ, shedding light on the profound reasons for His trials and tribulations, ultimately leading to His victorious resurrection.
In "An Explication of the Hundred and Tenth Psalm," Edward Reynolds showcases his theological acumen and profound grasp of Scripture as he dissects the Psalm's meaning and significance. He explores the concept of Christ as the mediator and the glorious Gospel as the message entrusted to ministers. Reynolds underscores the need for sincerity and transparency in its dispensation, emphasizing that the Gospel's power lies in its unadulterated truth. He draws parallels between Christ's sufferings and His victorious resurrection, skillfully presenting the reasons behind Christ's trials as a means to fulfill His role in the salvation of humanity. This book serves as a comprehensive and enlightening guide to the intricate themes within Psalm 110, demonstrating Reynolds' commitment to preserving the Gospel's purity and gravitas.
Table of Contents
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE THOMAS, LORD COVENTRY
TO THE READER
Christ Jesus the Sum of Holy Scriptures - Psalm 110:1
Christ's Prophetical Office - Psalm 110:2
Your people shall be willing in the Day of your Power - Psalm 110:3
You are a Priest forever after the Order of Melchizedek - Psalm 110:4
The Day of Wrath - Psalm 110:5-6
He Shall Life Up His Head - Psalm 110:7