The King's Wedding (3)

Psalm 45:12-17 In this lesson we continue to consider the song of praise of the King's bride. What is the psalmist picturing about the future of God's people when he speaks about the daughter of Tyre and the rich people bringing gifts and seeking favor? What does the beautiful clothing of the bride represent? What is so unusual about the way the bride of Christ is pictured in this psalm compared to how we typically think of the church? How is it possible to think of the church as being attired with glorious deeds? What does the new bride of the King receive in the place of what she's had to leave behind. (63 min.)