What does it mean that Jesus is King of kings and Lord of lords?


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The phrase king of kings is used in Scripture six times. Once, the title is applied to God the Father (1 Timothy 6:15), and twice to the Lord Jesus (Revelation 17:14; 19:16). The other three (Ezra ...

July 01 2013 1 response Vote Up Share Report

Andy  3 photo Andy Mangus I am a Christian since October 1979 & devoted truth seeker.
In a very short answer that just came to me.....Jesus, Our creator, God and blessed redeemer is emphatically telling everyone--All of mankind that He Simply IS....GOD, the Father, GOD, the SON and GOD, the HOLY SPIRIT--- past, present and future--that He is THE only "real" God and King"; and, that any so-called god other than Him is to not be praised or even acknowledged as such. God is a very, very jealous God and only He deserves any and all godly praise and worship and to be glorified for all eternity. "BLESSED BE THE NAME OF THE LORD, JESUS CHRIST!" (Isaiah 43:10 & Exodus 22:20 & John 17:3 & Romans 3:29)

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