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The qualities and consequences of the One who comes

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LECTIONARY WORSHIP AIDS
Series II
Exegetical note: This description of the ideal Davidic king (i.e., the hoped-for Messiah) contains three pairs of desired qualities: wisdom and understanding (intellectual), counsel and might (political), and knowledge and fear of God (spiritual). All of these derive, not from the ruler's innate abilities, but from the Spirit of God that will be upon him; and the righteousness that will "gird" him will bias him toward the poor and the meek, and will lead to a paradisal, peaceful state that will affect, not only Israel ("my holy mountain"), but indeed the world.

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