Christ the King


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    1. When Jesus was before Pilate, Jesus said, “I am a king but my kingdom is not of this world.” Jesus did not say that He was “THE King” but “a king”. Again, in The New Testament, The Apostle Paul said that God had put Jesus (This was after the Ascension)in charge of all of the Universe excepting God. Paul continues to say that when Christ has brought all of the Universe back to complete perfection that He Christ will give that as a present to God, Corinthians 15:15,23-26. This is all congruent with the scripture that Jesus sits at the “Right hand of God”. Sitting at the right hand is Hebrew idiom for the most important next to the King who is God our Father.

      Jesus is a King and the only begotten Son of God the Father but He is not God the Father whose name is written in the Hebrew texts as Yahweh or Yaheveh and is spelled, Yod, He, Vav, He. This name of God our Father is all over the Old Testament but is usually hidden by the word LORD in all capital letters.

      If any one questions this what I say is not my own, it is word for word from the Bible. If there would be any doubt, the word of Jesus confirms it in Mark 12:29 when His answer to the question what is the most important Commandment, “Hear O Israel, the Lord our God the Lord is one, thou shall love the Lord our God with all thy heart, all thy soul, and with all thy strength. Why does Jesus begin, Hear O Israel? It is because Jesus is quoting Deuteronomy 6: 4,5 that is written in the original and all Hebrew manuscripts as, “Hear O Israel Yaheveh our God, Yaheveh is One. Thou shall love Yaheveh thy God with all thy heart and all thy soul and all thy strength.” Jesus Himself says that the most important Commandment is to Love Yaheveh.

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