A few words about Jesus

The Bible says He’s the King of the Jews, He’s the King of Israel, He’s the King of righteousness, He’s the King of the ages, He’s the King of heaven, He’s the King of glory, He’s the King of Kings and He is the Lord of Lords.

David says the Heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament shows us His handiwork; no means of measure can define His limitless love. No far-seeing telescope can bring into visibility the coastline of his shoreless supply. No barriers can hinder Him from pouring out His blessing. He’s enduringly strong, He’s entirely sincere, He’s eternally steadfast, He’s immortally graceful, He’s imperially powerful, He’s impartially merciful.

He’s God’s Son, He’s the sinners’ Saviour, He’s the centrepiece of civilisation, He stands alone in Himself, He’s august, He’s unique, He’s unparalleled, He’s unprecedented, He’s supreme, He’s pre-eminent, He’s the loftiest idea in literature, He’s the highest personality in philosophy, He’s the supreme problem in higher criticism, He’s the fundamental doctrine of true theology, He’s the cardinal necessity of spiritual religion.

He’s the miracle of the age, He’s the only one able to supply all of our needs simultaneously, He gives strength to the weak, He’s available for the tempted and the tired, He sympathises and He saves, He guards and He guides, He heals the sick, He cleansed the lepers, He forgives sinners, He discharges debtors, He delivers the captives, He defends the feeble, He blesses the young, He serves the unfortunate, He regards the aged, He rewards the diligent, and He beautifies the meek.

He’s the key of knowledge, He’s the wellspring of wisdom, He’s the doorway of deliverance, He’s the pathway of peace, He’s the roadway of righteousness, He’s the highway of holiness, He’s the gateway of glory, He’s the master of the mighty, He’s the captain of the conquerors, He’s the head of the heroes, He’s the leader of the legislators, He’s the overseer of the overcomers, He’s the governor of governors, He’s the prince of princes, He’s the King of Kings and He’s the Lord of Lords.

His office is manifold, His promise is sure, His life is matchless, His goodness is limitless, His mercy is everlasting, His love never changes, His word is enough, His grace is sufficient, His reign is righteous, His yoke is easy, and His burden is light.

I wish I could describe Him to you!

He’s indescribable, He’s incomprehensible, He’s invincible, He’s irresistible, the heaven of heavens cannot contain Him, let alone a man explain Him, you can’t get Him out of your mind,  you can’t outlive Him and you can’t live without Him, the pharisees couldn’t stand Him, when they found out they couldn’t stop Him, Pilate couldn’t find any fault in Him, Herod couldn’t kill Him, Death couldn’t handle Him, and the grave couldn’t hold Him.

He always has been, and He always will be, He had no predecessor, and He’ll have no successor, there was nobody before Him and there’ll be nobody after Him, you can’t impeach Him and He’s not going to resign.

The glory is all His!

“For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever and ever, Amen.”

4 comments

  1. Steven, you have such a wonderful way with words and as I’ve said before, with true knowledge of Him, I believe you will figure large in God’s plans.

    How happy I am seeing you moving towards true knowledge of Him and your new found acceptance of who / what Jesus Christ really Is.

    If I may, in future, I will use these very words to express my own feelings in my prayers of glorifying and in gratitude to our loving Lord and Father.

    Thank you
    Jan

    1. Dear Jan,

      I’m grateful for your comment and I would be delighted for you to use these words in whatever way you like. Actually, much of the content in this post is taken from a video I found on YouTube. I found it very encouraging so I amended it and posted it here. There’s a saying I love: “There’s no copyright in the kingdom”!

      I know I still have a lot to learn and I expect to continue learning until the day I die. There’s probably a lot that I can learn from you, Jan, so I’m very grateful for your visits to my blog and your comments and interactions. I hope we will continue to be friends as the journey unfolds.

      I’m sorry I haven’t replied fully to some of your longer comments. I have found them very challenging and I’m always careful to guard my heart against teachings that throw me off course or unsettle me. I’m a sensitive person so may I ask you to please just give me gentle nudges in the way of the truth if you find errors in what I write.

      Thanks again Jan – have a wonderful evening.

      Steven

  2. Thank you Steven for your wonderful and uplifting post, even if much of it was taken from a video on YouTube. I’ve said it before, that you have a very pleasant and open style of writing that should be appealing to most readers. Keep up the good work and did you take up my suggestion of reading the hymns in your search for Christian poetry?

    Yours in Christ,
    Saviour of all mankind,

    Dinos Constantinou

    1. Good morning Dinos!

      I did have a look at the link you gave me to all the Christian hymns and perhaps next time I’m stuck for inspiration I’ll have a read of some of those and see if anything feels bloggable (oh look I’m making up words now 🙂 ).

      I hope you have a lovely peaceful day.

      Best wishes,

      Steven

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