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44‘主对我的主说:你坐在我的右边,等我把你的仇敌放在你的脚下。’
44 The Lord said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool?
44 Verse 44. The Lord ( Yeve or Jehovah) said unto my

Lord, ( Adni or Adonai, my prop, stay, master,

support,) Sit thou on my right hand] Take the place of the

greatest eminence and authority. Till I make thine enemies thy

footstool-till I subdue both Jews and Gentiles under thee, and

cause them to acknowledge thee as their sovereign and Lord. This

quotation is taken from Ps 110:1; and, from it, these two points

are clear: 1. That David wrote it by the inspiration of God; and

2. That it is a prophetic declaration of the Messiah.