Psalm 22 Commentary of the Bible

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    The Suffering Savior  ( Psalm 22 )  Sunday Message

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    We will conclude this series on the psalms with a study of the twenty-second psalm. In many ways this is the most amazing of all the psalms. In it we have a picture of the crucifixion and resurrection of the Lord Jesus, painted by David the Psalmist one thousand years before Jesus Christ was born. It constitutes one of the most amazing predictions of all time.

    The Suffering Savior  ( Psalm 22 )  Daily Devotion

    My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? (Psalm 22:1a)

    In many ways this is the most amazing of all the psalms. In it we have a picture of the crucifixion and resurrection of the Lord Jesus painted by the psalmist David one thousand years before Jesus Christ was born. It constitutes one of the most amazing predictions of all time.