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PARALLEL BIBLE - Psalms 45:6


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King James Bible - Psalms 45:6

Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the sceptre of thy kingdom is a right sceptre.

World English Bible

Your throne, God, is forever and ever. A scepter of equity is the scepter of your kingdom.

Douay-Rheims - Psalms 45:6

Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the sceptre of thy kingdom is a sceptre of uprightness.

Webster's Bible Translation

Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the scepter of thy kingdom is a scepter of justice.

Original Hebrew

כסאך
3678 אלהים 430 עולם 5769 ועד 5703 שׁבט 7626 מישׁר 4334 שׁבט 7626 מלכותך׃ 4438

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SEV Biblia, Chapter 45:6

¶ Tu trono, oh Dios, eterno y para siempre; vara de justicia, la vara de tu reino.

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Psalms 44:6

Verse 6. Thy
throne, O God, is for ever ] d[w lw[ yhla ask kisacha Elohim olam vaed. "O God, thy throne is for ever, and eternal!" The word Elohim here is the very first term or name by which the Supreme God has made himself known to the children of men. See Gen. i. 1; and this very verse the apostle, Heb. i. 8, has applied to Jesus Christ. On this I shall make a very short remark, but it shall be conclusive: If the apostle did not believe Jesus Christ to be the true and eternal God, he has utterly misapplied this Scripture.

The translation in the old Psalter, and the paraphrase will, on this controverted text, be considered of some importance: "Thi settil God in werld of werlde: wande of ryghtyng wande of thi kyngedome." Here he loues [celebrates] God Crist - of dome. "Thi settil" of demyng and of kynges pouste. God es werld of werld for al that he demes es noght chaunged and that byfalles the, for the wande that es ceptre and the governyng of thi kyngdom "es wande of ryghtyng", that ryghtes croked men this es the wand of goddes evenes that ay es ryght and never croked that reules ryghtwis men ard smytes wiked men. The reader will observe a blank space between the word "Crist" and "of dome": it is the same in the original. A word has been so carefully erased with the scalpel in the above place, that not a vestige of a letter is left. From the following words I should suspect it to have been "kynge" or "lard." Here he praises God, Christ, king of judgment. However this may be, it is evident that this ancient commentator understood the word God to be applied to Christ. I have given the sentence as it is pointed in the original.


Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 6-9 - The throne of this almighty King is established for ever. While the Holy Spirit leads Christ's people to look to his cross, he teaches the to see the evil of sin and the beauty of holiness; so that none of the can feel encouragement to continue in sin. The Mediator is God, else he had been neither able to do the Mediator's work, nor fit to wear the Mediator's crown. God the Father, as his God in respect to his huma nature and mediatorial offices, has given to him the Holy Spiri without measure. Thus anointed to be a Prophet, Priest, and King Christ has pre-eminence in the gladdening gifts and graces of the spirit, and from his fulness communicates them to his brethren in huma nature. The Spirit is called the oil of gladness, because of the delight wherewith Christ was filled, in carrying on his undertakings The salvation of sinners is the joy of angels, much more of the Son And in proportion as we are conformed to his holy image, we may expec the gladdening gifts influences of the Comforter. The excellences of the Messiah, the suitableness of his offices, and the sufficiency of his grace, seem to be intended by the fragrance of his garments. The church formed of true believers, is here compared to the queen, whom by an everlasting covenant, the Lord Jesus has betrothed to himself This is the bride, the Lamb's wife, whose graces are compared to fin linen, for their purity; to gold, for their costliness: for as we ow our redemption, so we owe our adorning, to the precious blood of the Son of God.


Original Hebrew

כסאך 3678 אלהים 430 עולם 5769 ועד 5703 שׁבט 7626 מישׁר 4334 שׁבט 7626 מלכותך׃ 4438


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