The Kingdom of Christ.
Psalms 2:1 Why do the Heathen so furiously rage together? and why do the people imagine a vayne thing? Psalms 2:2 The kynges of the earth stande vp: and the rulers take counsell together against god, and against his annointed. Psalms 2:3 Let vs breake [say they] their bondes a sunder: and cast away their cordes from vs. Psalms 2:4 He that dwelleth in heauen wyll laugh them to scorne: the Lorde wyll haue them in derision. Psalms 2:5 Then wyll he speake vnto them in his wrath: and he wyll astonie them with feare in his sore displeasure. Psalms 2:6 [Saying] euen I haue annointed [him] my kyng: vpon my holy hyll of Sion. Psalms 2:7 I wyll declare the decree, God sayde vnto me: thou art my sonne, this day I haue begotten thee. Psalms 2:8 Desire of me, and I wyll geue thee the heathen for thyne inheritaunce: and the vttermost partes of the earth for thy possession. Psalms 2:9 Thou shalt bruise them with a rod of iron: and breake them in peeces like a potters vessell.
Kings are exhorted to accept it.
Psalms 2:10 Wherfore be you nowe wel aduised O ye kinges: be you learned ye [that are] iudges of the earth. Psalms 2:11 Serue ye God in feare: and reioyce ye with a trembling. Psalms 2:12 Kisse ye the sonne lest that he be angrye, and [so] ye perishe [from] the way, if his wrath be neuer so litle kindled: blessed are all they that put their trust in hym.