King David was one of the greatest kings who ever ruled over God’s people (perhaps the greatest). He had no equal in his day, let alone a superior. Yet in Psalm 110, he wrote about someone he called “my Lord”—a fellow human being, a descendant of his, who would far surpass him in greatness. In this psalm, David painted a picture of what that descendant would be like, and why even he, the great king of Israel, would gladly bow his knee to Him.
Join us in Psalm 110 as Pastor Marc Goodwin helps us to see who this descendant would be and why we ought to bow our knees to Him as well.