“If David then call him Lord, how is he his son?”
King James Version (KJV)
Grant's comment on 2015-07-23 20:17:57:
I must comment on Anthony Smith assumption of Jesus being God in the flesh. First of all when the angel anounced the Mary about having her first child, he proclaimed what the name of the child would be and who the father was. Jesus and Son of the most high. Luke 1:31,32. Second, no one has seen God at anytime as a human. Jn.1:18. Jesus has seen the Father, but not in his freshly state. Jn.17:5. The best that Jesus 's disciples could do when they wanted to see the Father was right in front of them, Jesus, Gods representative. Remember, God is spirit.
Nkosinathi Ngulube's comment on 2014-05-24 20:25:37:
There is a certain solid veil 'twixt the flesh and the spirit of God that the carnal cannot concieve.Spiritual truth is revealed of God as was to Peter when he said you are the Messiah but herewith it was not revealed to them except their carnal discernment.When we claim to know all things, like the pharisees and sadducees,it is when we know not.Seeking His knowledge must come first.
Anthony Smith's comment on 2013-07-07 04:41:13:
There are several occasions when people seeking Jesus would call out to Him and call him Son of David. Many remembered the prophesy given to David a descendant of his would always sit on the throne. Jesus fulfills that completely. However, the point Jesus Christ makes here establishes his Lordship over David. David referred to God as his Lord, thus, Jesus Christ being God in flesh would be the one to whom David referred in song, prayers, and conversation.