The Predicted Successful Disarmament Conference -- By: Frederick Zollicoffer Browne

Journal: Bibliotheca Sacra
Volume: BSAC 093:370 (Apr 1936)
Article: The Predicted Successful Disarmament Conference
Author: Frederick Zollicoffer Browne

The Predicted Successful Disarmament Conference

Frederick Zollicoffer Browne

“He maketh wars to cease unto the end of the earth”-Psalm 46:9.

The prevailing practice among Christians is to emphasize the value of the Psalms for devotional purposes, while failing to see and almost wholly neglecting their rich prophetic content of which the Messianic references are the central axis (Rev 19:10). In any good reference Bible the main high road of references to our Lord Jesus Christ, first as the Lamb of God who makes atonement for sins, and then in His second Coming as the triumphant King of earth and heaven, may be followed. Just to give a few examples, Psalm 2, in verses 1 to 3, not only gives a description of the events leading up to the rejection and crucifixion of Jesus, the Messiah, by representatives of Israel and the nations (Acts 4:25–28), but also pictures conditions which will prevail among the nations immediately before His second coming (Matt 24:30; Psalm 46:6). Verses 4 to 9 speak of God’s judgment of His enemies, of the public acknowledgment of Messiah as His Son, and of the triumphant establishment of the Millennial Reign. The Psalm closes with a solemn appeal to the world-powers of the present age (kosmos) addressed to its kings and judges, verses 10 to 11. They, and all others, must acknowledge Jesus as Messiah and King or perish. Psalm 22 is a striking picture of death by crucifixion. When it is kept in mind that crucifixion was a Roman, not Jewish, form of capital punishment, the proof of inspiration is overwhelming. Psalm 16 is a prediction of Messiah’s resurrection, and of the resurrection of all true believers in

Him who shall taste death. Psalm 24 is the hymn of the coronation of Messiah as King of Glory. Psalm 110 announces the deity of Jesus, the Messiah, and affirms His eternal priesthood. See verses 1, 4. Psalms 8; You must have a subscription and be logged in to read the entire article.
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