Luke Chapter 20

Stone Which the Builders Rejected Becomes the Head of the Corner

Note: It is commented that Psalm 118 is more often quoted in the N.T. than any other in the O.T. Note the stone which the builders rejected as the rock goes through our dispensation (Matt 16:18 and the coming age Dan. 2:45)

Luke 20:17

Psalms 118:22,23 (P,M)

Isaiah 8:14

Isaiah 28:16

Daniel 2:45

Zechariah 3:9

Matthew 16:16-20

Matthew 21:42

Mark 12:10

Acts 4:11

Romans 9:33

Ephesians 2:20,21

1 Peter 2:6-8

Christ seated at the right hand of God, enemies made as footstool at His feet. # Indicates His present position at the right hand of God in references below,** indicates Him taking His own throne of glory in the future.

Luke 20:41-44

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Psalms 2:6-8

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Psalms 8:6

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Psalms 68:18

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Psalms 110:1 (P,M)

Daniel 7:9

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Zechariah 6:13

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Matthew 25:31

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Matthew 26:64

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Mark 12:35-37

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Mark 14:62

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Mark 16:19

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Acts 2:33-35

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1 Corinthians 15:25,25

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Ephesians 1:22

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Ephesians 4:8

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Colossians 1:16

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Hebrews 1:3,13

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Hebrews 2:6-8

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Hebrews 4:14

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Hebrews 8:1

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Hebrews 10:12,13

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Revelation 1:4

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JND v2, pp285

JND Collected writings.

JND v2, pp338

JND Collected writings.

JND v11, pp312

JND Collected writings. Note Christ rises from the right hand of the Farthers throne, to take His own throne.

JND v32, pp251

JND Collected writings.

Christ puts the question to the Sadducees,in Psalm 110:1, about Him sitting at the right hand of God.

Luke 20:41-44 (P,M)

Psalms 110:1