Glorious King – Two Minute Message


– Hey, everybody, Daniel Fusco here, and welcome to today’s
“Two Minute Message.” So the Bible speaks of
Jesus as the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords, and
really, what that means, and it’s really powerful, what it means is that above every ruler, Jesus is the ruler of all the rulers. If you remember the “Hallelujah Chorus” of Handel’s “Messiah,” quoting
the book of Revelation, it says, “And He shall reign
forever and ever,” right? “And the kingdoms of this world “become the kingdoms of our Lord.” See, it’s important to remember that Jesus ultimately is the King over all Kings, that governments and empires come and go, but ultimately, Jesus reigns
supreme above all of it, but He’s not just the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords, but really, what the Bible teaches is
that Jesus is a glorious King, and the idea of a glorious
King is that all that pertains to light, all that pertains to right, all that pertains to majesty,
and all that pertains to sovereignty is bound
up in the person of Jesus, and it reminds me, of course, of Jesus, on what they called the
Mount of Transfiguration, where Jesus was there with
Peter, James and John, and Jesus’ essential glory,
that was clothed in His skin and the incarnation was
turned outward for moment, and those three of Jesus’
disciples saw Jesus for who He truly was, in
the fullness of His glory, and what’s beautiful is
is that for the person who puts their faith and trust in Jesus, Jesus not only invites us to
experience Him in His glory, but He also shares, in a
sense, His glory with us. He doesn’t invite us to be
glorified the way He is, in the same way, but He shares it with us, and we begin to realize that
we are part of His body, which is an absolutely amazing thing, and so, I don’t know when
the last time someone said, man, Jesus is a glorious king,
but I think it’s important that we start to think
about Jesus in these ways, so this is what I want you to do. I want you to share this message, because we want people
to think about Jesus in the fullness of who He is, and in the comments
section, I want you to share how Jesus being the King of Kings and how Jesus being the
glorious King is something that is impacting your life, and if you’re like, hey, I’ve
never thought about that, then let’s explore that
together in the comments. God bless you today.




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