Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion.
 

2:6 set. The word used for “set” actually means either “offer” or “pour out.” Thus in this concluding assertion in the three-verse stanza coming from the Father’s perspective, He declares that He has used the rejection of His Christ by the kings and rulers as the very means by which the Father would offer Christ up as a sacrifice for sin in preparation for His anointing as King.


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