Issue # 10 – Jesus Christ: King of Kings and Lord of Lords
Jesus Christ is by far the most remarkable person ever to live. No one compares. No one comes close. Jesus is in a caliber of His own.
John the baptist, a great man by human standard, said of Jesus, “(His) sandal strap I am not worthy to unloose.” An officer sent to arrest Jesus said, “No man ever spoke like this man!” A man born blind declared, “One thing I know: that though I was blind, now I see.” Peter felt so small in His presence he said, “Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord.” Thomas said to Jesus, “My Lord and my God!”
Jesus is unique. His virgin birth, His resurrection, His ascension into heaven – these all affirm His matchlessness. Who compares to Christ?
None has so impacted the human race. Around Him relevance revolves. Only He can change a life.
Millions worldwide, of every nation, claim to be His. More songs are sung about and to Jesus than any other. More than any, He has affected the world. At this moment millions are worshiping Jesus from a heart of deep love and gratitude. More than any person, He is quoted, honored, and obeyed.
And hated. Worldwide, people curse His name and persecute His followers. In places His very name is outlawed. It has been so for centuries. Jesus divides the world, nations and families.
Who is this Jesus Christ? From where did He come? What does He require? Where is He now?
The Main Issue is about Jesus Christ because the main issue is Jesus Christ. Jesus asks, “Who do you say I am?” The main issue in your life is: What will I do with Jesus?