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Psalm 61; The Rock that is Higher than I

Clogher Valley Free Presbyterian Church – Teaching the Scriptures & Preaching the Gospel in a Fallen World ( ) By Rev. A.P. McIntyre - Posted at Clogher Valley Free Presbyterian Church The 61st Psalm is dominated by the Rock. This rock stands as a mighty colossus overshadowing the entire Psalm. We have little difficulty identifying the Rock as Jesus Christ. He is the the one who graciously and benevolently overshadows us in our journey through life. The Rock represents the timelessness and eternity of Christ. It represents the firm foundation that He provides in an uncertain world. Times have changed immeasurably but the Christ remains – the immutable one who is a Rock for us as He was to David several millennia ago. This Rock is high because Christ has a name above every other name (Philippians 2:9), He is the brightness of God’s glory and the express image of God’s person (Hebrews 1:3) and He is the High Priest made higher than the heavens (Hebrews 7:25)

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