Messiah In Psalms
Messiah in Psalms is an attempt to help readers lead a more Christ-centred life, in some way; liberate them from the rootless Christianity so characteristic of our times.
The inspired writers of the New Testament chiefly used quotes from psalms as a storehouse from which they bring forth Messianic prophecies to be expounded and applied. God s promised of Messiah to His chosen people (Israel) clearly permeated from the Old Testament times. This is given in many of the prophecies regarding Incarnation and the ministry of such a unique person. Christ is prominent throughout the book of Psalms.
The book of Psalms prophetically reveals Christ. The Gospels tell us that He was crucified, but the Psalms tell us what went on His own quiet, meditative through during the crucifixion. Many a time, the Psalms begin where the Gospels leave off. The writer in this treatise venture to find more on the Messianic element in the book of Psalms concerning the King, the “Lord’s Anointed” and no attempt is made to prepare an exposition of the complete book of Psalms. The Books of Psalms is a hymn book and a HIM book – it is all about Him. Being a truly large canvas, the author has glimpsed enough of it to set its readers a light with overwhelming joy and adoration of faith in the Creator.