Psalm 2 – The Lord’s Chosen King – 1. Why do the nations plot, and why do their people make useless plans? 2. The kings of this earth have all joined together to turn against the Lord and his chosen one. 3. They say, “Let’s cut the ropes and set ourselves free!” 4. In heaven the Lord laughs as he sits on his throne, making fun of the nations. 5. The Lord becomes furious and threatens them. His anger terrifies them as he says, 6. “I’ve put my king on Zion, my sacred hill.”

Psalm 2 Contemporary English Version (CEV)

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The Lord’s Chosen King

Why do the nations plot,[a]
    and why do their people
    make useless plans?[b]
The kings of this earth
    have all joined together
    to turn against the Lord
    and his chosen one.
They say, “Let’s cut the ropes
    and set ourselves free!”

In heaven the Lord laughs
as he sits on his throne,
    making fun of the nations.
The Lord becomes furious
    and threatens them.
His anger terrifies them
    as he says,
    “I’ve put my king on Zion,
    my sacred hill.”

I will tell the promise
    that the Lord made to me:
“You are my son, because today
    I have become your father.
Ask me for the nations,
    and every nation on earth
    will belong to you.
You will smash them
    with an iron rod
    and shatter them
    like dishes of clay.”

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