Daily Bible Reading for September 10, 2014, with Commentary: Psalm 108-110
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Context: All three of today’s psalms are written by David. Parts of Psalm 108 has been recorded in two other psalms, yet here it is again. It is a joyful psalm. Psalm 109 is a Messianic psalm. It looks to the suffering experience by Jesus and the betrayal of Judas. Psalm 110 is also a Messianic psalm. It foretells of the coming of Jesus Christ. The first verse is used in the Gospels against the pharisees to prove Jesus is the Messiah, defended from the royal line of David.