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Who is the King of Kings? To me, it is a straightforward question. Without a doubt, it would be Jesus Christ.If someone would ask me, “Who is the greatest?” I could think of who is the greatest basketball player ever? Or who is the best actor ever? But when someone asks me, “Who is the King of Kings?” there is no question that the answer is Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior, the King of Kings, and Lord of Lords! ~ Bill Greguska
1 Timothy 6:15-16 which God will bring about in his own time—God, the blessed and only Ruler, the King of kings and Lord of lords, who alone is immortal and who lives in unapproachable light, whom no one has seen or can see. To him be honor and might forever. Amen.
The greatest man in history named Jesus. He had no servants, yet they called Him Master. Also, He had no degree, yet they called Him Teacher. He used no medicines, yet they called Him Healer. Not to mention that He had no army, yet kings feared Him. He won no military battles, yet He conquered the world. He committed no crime. Yet they crucified Him. He was buried in a tomb, yet He lives today.
Is Jesus The King Of Kings? He Is either a liar, a lunatic, Lord, or God.
“But,” as the apostle John wrote, “these have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and” ‑ more important ‑ “that believing you might have life in His name” (John 20:31).
The evidence is apparently in favor of Jesus as Lord. Some people, however, reject this clear evidence because of the moral implications involved. They don’t want to face the responsibility or impact of calling Him Lord.
Jesus is my friend who showed me the way when it seemed I had no friends. He has picked me up when I have fallen, giving me many second chances in life. He is my God, my Father, my Lord, and my Savior.
He has been my Teacher, Protector, Provider, Sustainer, Redeemer, Judge, Physician, Companion, and many other excellent characteristics and qualities that Jesus Christ represents Himself to me. Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior, and He is my refuge and strength. He is so patient with me and loves me for who I am, a sinner saved by His grace! ~Bill Greguska
Do You Want To Get To Know Jesus Better?
Start By Praying Daily
Reading His Word Daily
Fellowshipping With Other Believers
Was Jesus A Lunatic?
If it is inconceivable for Jesus to be a liar, couldn’t He have thought Himself to be God but mistaken? After all, it’s possible to be both sincere and wrong. But we must remember that for someone to think of himself, God, especially in a fiercely monotheistic culture, and then to tell others that their eternal destiny depended on believing in him is no light flight of fantasy but the thoughts of a lunatic in the fullest sense. Was Jesus Christ such a person?
Was Jesus Lord?
I cannot personally conclude that Jesus was a liar or a lunatic. The only other alternative is that He was the Christ, the Son of God, as He claimed. When I discuss this with most Jewish people, it’s interesting how they respond. They usually tell me that Jesus was a moral, upright, religious leader, a good man, or a prophet. I then share the claims Jesus made about Himself and this material on the trilemma (liar, lunatic, or Lord).
Was Jesus God?
When I ask if they believe Jesus was a liar, there is a sharp “No!” then I ask, “Do you believe He was a lunatic?” The reply is, “Of course not.” “Do you believe He is God?” Before I can get a breath in edgewise, there is a resounding, “Absolutely not.” One has only so many choices. The issue with these three alternatives is not possible, for it is evident that all three are possible. Instead, the question is, “Which is more probable?” Who you decide Jesus Christ is must not be an idle intellectual exercise. You cannot put Him on the shelf as a great moral teacher. That is not a valid option.
Was He The King Of Kings, Or Just A Good Man?
If, when Jesus made His claims, He knew that He was not God, then He was lying and deliberately deceiving His followers. But if He was a liar, He was also a hypocrite because He told others to be honest, whatever the cost, while He taught and lived a colossal lie. More than that, He was a demon because He told others to trust Him for their eternal destiny. If He couldn’t back up His claims and knew it, he was unspeakably evil.
Was Jesus A Fool? Or Was He The King Of Kings?
Last, He would also be a fool because His claims to being God led to His crucifixion. Many will say that Jesus was a good moral teacher. Let’s be realistic. How could He be a great moral teacher and knowingly mislead people at the most crucial point of His teaching — His own identity? You would have to conclude logically that He was a deliberate liar. However, this view of Jesus doesn’t coincide with what we know either of Him or the results of His life and teachings. Wherever Jesus has been proclaimed, lives have been changed for the good, nations have changed for the better, thieves are made honest, alcoholics are cured, hateful individuals become channels of love, and unjust persons become just.
Jesus Did Amazing Miracles!
My faith in God grew when I learned about the miracles the Lord did. Here are just nine of the many miracles he performed for 33 years while here on earth.
Turns Water into Wine John 2:1-11
First Miraculous Catch of Fish Luke 5:1-11
Paralytic healed Mark 2:1-12
Man’s Paralyzed Hand healed Luke 5:17
Two Blind Men Healed Matthew 9:27-31
Feeds 5,000 men and their families. Luke 9:12-17
Walks on Water John 6:16-21
The boy possessed by a Demon healed Luke 9:37-43
Raises Lazarus from the Dead John 11:1-45
Who Is The Greatest? Jesus Christ!
Most people know that Jesus was a man who lived in Israel about 2000 years ago. Every religion in the world views Jesus as a good teacher or a prophet. And while those things are most definitely sure of Jesus, they do not explain who Jesus indeed is, and they do not explain how or why Jesus saves. Jesus is God in human form John 1:1, 14. Jesus is God come to Earth as an actual human being 1 John 4:2. God became a human being, in the person of Jesus, to save us.