The Kingdom of Christ.
Psalms 2:1 Why do the Heythen so furiouslye rage together? and why do þe people ymagyne a vayne thynge? Psalms 2:2 The kynges of the erth stande vp, and the rulers take councell together agaynst the Lorde, and agaynst hys anoynted. Psalms 2:3 Let vs breake theyr bondes asunder, and cast awaye theyr coardes from vs. Psalms 2:4 He that dwelleth in heauen shall laugh them to scorne: the Lorde shall haue them in derisyon. Psalms 2:5 Then shall he speake vnto them in hys wrath, and vexe them in hys sore displeasure. Psalms 2:6 Yet haue I set my kynge vpon my holy hyll of Syon. Psalms 2:7 I wyll preach the lawe, wherof the Lorde hath sayd vnto me: thou arte my sonne, thys daye haue I begotten the. Psalms 2:8 Desyre of me, and I shall geue the, þe Heythen for thyne enheritaunce, & the vtmost partes of the erthe for thy possessyon. Psalms 2:9 Thou shalt bruse them with a rodd of yron, and breake them in peces lyke a potters vessell.
Kings are exhorted to accept it.
Psalms 2:10 Be wyse nowe therfore, O ye kinges, be warned, ye that are iudges of the earth. Psalms 2:11 Serue the Lorde in feare, and reioyse. with reuerence. Psalms 2:12 Kysse the sonne, lest he be angrye, & so ye perysshe from the waye, yf his wrath be kyndled (yee but a lytle) blessed are all they that put theyr trust in hym.