Chapter 4 in All That the Prophets Have Declared is by Donald S. West, and is a discussion of how the apostles utilise Psalm 2 in Acts 4. Here’s my summary from the conclusion to the book:
[Jesus’] ‘bold’ christological appropriation opens ‘the possibility that the evangelists or their sources actually learned something from Jesus’ own handling of Scripture’.
With this in mind, the subsequent two chapters of the book can be read as an intriguing exploration of the disciples putting into practice what they had learned from their master. Donald S. West’s chapter considers how the Jerusalem church ‘appropriates a text from the prayer book of Israel (Ps 2) to its prayer’. To relate this to Deines’ chapter, one could say that because Christians continue to operate with ‘biblical lenses’, they appropriate both form and content of Old Testament prayers in such a way that allows adaptation in the light of their present life-situation. Furthermore, the nature of that adaptation is now inexorably shaped by ‘the light of the Christ event’.