The first proof from Psalm 2:7 establishes that Christ in the flesh is the Second Person of the Godhead seated at the Father’s right hand. The second proof from 2 Samuel 7:14 establishes that Christ in the flesh is both the Son of God and the Heir of David, who will reign. The third proof from Psalm 97:7 establishes that Christ will return as God in human flesh. The fourth proof from Psalm 104:4 establishes that Christ created angels and that they continue to serve Him as both God and man. The fifth proof from Psalm 45:6-8 establishes Christ deity and authority are forever.
The six proof is from Psalm 102:25-27 — “You, Lord, in the beginning laid the foundation of the earth, And the heavens are the works of Your hands; They will perish, but You remain; And they all will become old like a garment, And like a mantle You will roll them up; Like a garment they will also be changed. But You are the same, And Your years will not come to an end,”
Initially, this statement was applied to God the Father, but Paul applies it to God the Son. Hence, he presents the Son as Creator — in the beginning, the Son created the earth and the heavens. Though the created realm is temporal, Jesus is eternal. As a garment, the created realm changes and wears out, but Jesus is immutable.
The seventh proof is from Psalm 110:1 — “Sit at My right hand, Until I make Your enemies A footstool for Your feet.” Here, the equality between the Father and Son is emphasized. The Son’s redemptive work is complete, and He is sitting to the right of His Father, the King. One who sits as the right hand of the king is equal to the king.