Conquered by Christ (Psalm 45:5)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, September 18, 2011
Part of the Unsorted Sermons series, preached at a Communion Meditation service

Psalm 45 describes the very enemies that are slain by the weapons of Christ's warfare in verses 1-7 as becoming His friends and bride in the last half of the Psalm. This powerful juxtaposition of being slain by Christ and being embraced by Him is the thought of a poem that Charles Spurgeon composed. This poem exegetes the heart of my message better than I can.

Tags: bride, Communion, enemies, friend, Lord's Supper, messianic, psalm, regeneration, transformation

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