A new MP3 sermon from 10th - Tenth Presbyterian Church (PCA) is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:Title: Sitting in the Big ChairSubtitle: HebrewsSpeaker: Dr. Liam GoligherBroadcaster: 10th - Tenth Presbyterian Church (PCA)Event: Sunday - AMDate: 1/15/2017Bible: Hebrews 1:13-14; Psalm 110Length: 44 min. (64kbps)Overview: Transcribed Extract- LORD SPEAKS TO BEGOTTEN LORD----God is drumming it into their heads through the prophets again and again, oThere is only one God, one God.o And yet even in that same revelation, there is something uncomfortable like this thing we are seeing here, oThe Lord says to my Lord.o And you notice that the theme of chapter 1 of Hebrews is about God coming and speaking to us by one who is Son. And it is the Son who is in the mind of the author. He mentions him in verse 8 and everything hangs on that, oOf the Son he says,oo hangs on that. But where did he get that in Psalm 110.----Simon Gathercole, who teaches at Cambridge University, finds out that verse 3 of Psalm 110--in the Greek translation, reads like this---With you is the sovereign authority on the day of your power, in the midst of the bright splendors of the holy ones From the womb, before the dawn-bearing morning star appeared, I, the Lord, begot you, the Lord. In other words, the Greek translation favored by Jesus and the early church for its accuracy, says that before the dawn of time, before creation itself, the Son was begotten, not created, of the Father. And that even his human arrival, from the womb, would take place in an unusual fashion. In fact, we learn from Isaiah that he would be born from the womb of a virgin. So what we have then is this statement that this one, this second Lord, is begotten of the first Lord.