Jesus is THE KING of all kings

During today’s episode of Back Porch Theology we’re going to talk about the most epic of all tattoos, which is the one John describes as being on Jesus’ thigh when He comes thundering through the sky on a white horse to claim His bride in Revelation 19: King of kings and Lord of lords. This divine, indelible ink includes not one, but two titles, that herald Jesus’ supremacy and authority over ever other king, emperor, president, prime minister, general or any other kind of ruler the world has ever seen. And those superlative titles are especially interesting when we remember that during the latter part of the first century when the book of Revelation was written, the Caesars were fond of being called king (Greek basileus) and lord (Greek kyrios) so when John shares that spoiler alert about Jesus coming back for us with a “King of kings and Lord of lords” tat – he’s letting us know that the victory of good over evil is a sure thing and that we can rest in the ultimate sovereignty of our Savior. Take a deep breath, baby, because our future is golden! So please grab a cup of coffee and your Bible – unless you’re driving or weaving Alpaca wool, of course – and come hang out on the porch with us!  Follow Us On Instagram! @BackPorchTheologyPodcast @LisaDHarper @AllisonAllen @Jim.Howard.Co  Sponsored by Talk About from Awana. Get 1 month free at keyword Lisa Harper Check out Lisa's new study on Luke at Save on the Dwell Bible App at See "Jesus" for free on Sight and Sound TV. Learn more at Sight-Sound.TV

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