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5 The Lord is at your right hand; He shall break in pieces kings in the day of His wrath. 6 He shall judge among the nations, He shall fill the places with dead bodies, He shall break in pieces the heads of many countries. Psalm 110:5-6

While the Lord is at the right hand of God, John 14:23 would declare Him at the right hand of those who are practitioners of all He said He would do.  Psalm 110 beautifully speaks of His volunteers.  However, from a seating in grace, there is an understood kindness and severity to His grace that governs how we experience His saving power, as exultation or as shame that never again opens it's mouth.

1Corinthians 11, in describing our Psalm 111 Covenantal meal with Lord Melchizedek over our tithes, says that if you eat and drink not rightly discerning your governorship of the nations over the tithe, or His Body, then we'll experience weakness, sickness, and death.  No exceptions: He shall break in pieces the heads of many countries; He shall fill the places with dead bodies in the day of His wrath.

When Melchizedek judges among the Gentiles based on their tithes and their care for the needy in Matthew 25, Zechariah chapter 14 says you'll have the rain on your life for the coming year.  There is the faithful lifting up of your head, according to Psalm 110:7.  This lifting up of His volunteers in the day of His power, in the beauty of holiness, in Psalm 110:3 entails having one's youth to the age.  It says you'll wake up with the dew of your youth.

Youthfulness will grow as the dew in your life.  Every morning when you wake up, like manna, there's fresh youthfulness that will have come upon you because the Lord is at your right hand.

When you read of dew in the Scriptures, be careful to rightly discern the Lord's youthfulness being yours that you are to wake up to, morning by morning.  Song of Solomon 5:2 says "my head is covered with dew, my curls with the drops of the night."  The Lord has sent the rod of your strength out of Zion for you to rule in the midst of your enemies, according to Psalm 110:2.

Strength, power over one's enemies, and youthfulness is one of the trinities of the Scriptures, where when you find any of them, the other two are directly stated or implied.  The Lord is at your right hand.


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