Disciples’ Literal New Testament
33 that God has fulfilled this promise for us their children, having raised-up[a] Jesus, as it has also been written in the second Psalm: ‘You are My Son. Today I have fathered You’ [Ps 2:7]. 34 And that[b] He raised Him up from the dead as One no longer going to return to decay, He has spoken in this manner [in Isa 55:3]: that ‘I will give You the holy, trustworthy[c] things of [d] David’. 35 Therefore[e] also in another place it says, ‘You will not give[f] Your holy One to see[g] decay’ [Ps 16:10].Read full chapter
- Acts 13:33 That is, brought to Israel, as this word is used in 3:22; or, raised from the dead, as this word is used next in v 34.
- Acts 13:34 That is, And as to the fact that.
- Acts 13:34 Or, faithful, sure, dependable.
- Acts 13:34 That is, promised to.
- Acts 13:35 If Messiah permanently fulfills what was promised to David, He cannot decay in the grave as David did. This is why Ps 16 says He will not see decay.
- Acts 13:35 That is, permit.
- Acts 13:35 That is, experience.