Psalm Thirty-one

Last night, Michael Dundon sent me a message “Psalm 31”. I saw the light. This Psalm is SUNG and acted out every time a Davidic King is crowned. If Jesus the Moabite was going to be king, then he would come down from the Mount of Olives and walk through the Valley of Death where the people of the Lord had gathered to smite and shame him. Then he rises above and climbs to the Temple Mount while three choirs sing out from the high places. To the people below it sounds like angels singing in heaven. When he come to the threshing floor, the people on the threshing floor lay down palm branches, and cry

“Hosanna!”

Jesus was not crucified. The Jew did recognize THEIR KING. But then. this ritual could have been stolen by Saul-Paul to INVENT his Anti-Semitic church – after the fall of the temple. There is no birht or death day for Paul of Tarsus who is the “Dark Prince”.

“Free me from the trap that is set for me, for you are my refuge.5Into your hands I commit my spirit; redeem me, O LORD, the God of truth.”

In the video below I am coming home from the God, Guns, and Liberty demonstration held two years ago in Wayne Morris FREE SPEACH Square. On June 6th. men of this ilk conspired to overthrow our Democracy, and even burn the Electoral Ballots. No alleged Christian leader condemned these lunatics. who had to believe the election was stolen from Jesus – and then them – because God is not a loser. And, God was not on their side! Here is why! The punishment for being a false prophet, is death. I believe the life of every elected Democrat – has been threatened. I bid these TRAITORS to come take my life!

John Presco

Copyright 2021

My life is consumed by anguish and my years by groaning; my strength fails because of my affliction, [1] and my bones grow weak.11Because of all my enemies, I am the utter contempt of my neighbors; I am a dread to my friends– those who see me on the street flee from me.12I am forgotten by them as though I were dead; I have become like broken pottery.

(1) The King’s Walk – Springfield Oregon – YouTube

So what does this mean for Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem? It would imply that the multitude recognized Jesus as a king . Like in the case of Jehu, the garments and palm branches served as an improvised red carpet.

As Jesus continued into Jerusalem, the multitudes that were following Him were yelling, “Hosanna to the Son of David; blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord; Hosanna in the highest!”(v.9).

What does that all mean? The multitude spread their garments–why? Because they recognize Jesus is a king. The multitude call Jesus “the Son of David”–why? Because they recognize Jesus is a king–as David was.

So what kind of king is Jesus? One that rides on a donkey rather than a horse. Jesus is not a military leader, but a servant leader. The other key phrase that tells us what kind of king Jesus is the word “Hosanna”. This Greek form of the Hebrew word means, “Save us”. Jesus was a saving king . But what was Jesus to save them from?

Psalm 311Psalm 31 For the director of music. A psalm of David.1In you, O LORD, I have taken refuge; let me never be put to shame; deliver me in your righteousness.2Turn your ear to me, come quickly to my rescue; be my rock of refuge, a strong fortress to save me.3Since you are my rock and my fortress, for the sake of your name lead and guide me.4Free me from the trap that is set for me, for you are my refuge.5Into your hands I commit my spirit; redeem me, O LORD, the God of truth.6I hate those who cling to worthless idols; I trust in the LORD.7I will be glad and rejoice in your love, for you saw my affliction and knew the anguish of my soul.8You have not handed me over to the enemy but have set my feet in a spacious place.9Be merciful to me, O LORD, for I am in distress; my eyes grow weak with sorrow, my soul and my body with grief.10My life is consumed by anguish and my years by groaning; my strength fails because of my affliction, [1] and my bones grow weak.11Because of all my enemies, I am the utter contempt of my neighbors; I am a dread to my friends– those who see me on the street flee from me.12I am forgotten by them as though I were dead; I have become like broken pottery.13For I hear the slander of many; there is terror on every side; they conspire against me and plot to take my life.14But I trust in you, O LORD; I say, “You are my God.”15My times are in your hands; deliver me from my enemies and from those who pursue me.16Let your face shine on your servant; save me in your unfailing love.17Let me not be put to shame, O LORD, for I have cried out to you; but let the wicked be put to shame and lie silent in the grave. [2]18Let their lying lips be silenced, for with pride and contempt they speak arrogantly against the righteous.19How great is your goodness, which you have stored up for those who fear you, which you bestow in the sight of men on those who take refuge in you.20In the shelter of your presence you hide them from the intrigues of men; in your dwelling you keep them safe from accusing tongues.21Praise be to the LORD, for he showed his wonderful love to me when I was in a besieged city.22In my alarm I said, “I am cut off from your sight!” Yet you heard my cry for mercy when I called to you for help.23Love the LORD, all his saints! The LORD preserves the faithful, but the proud he pays back in full.24Be strong and take heart, all you who hope in the LORD.

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