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Ruler of the Kings on the Earth A Clear Look at Amillennialism for the Lay Person by R. C. Currell

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Published by Presbyterian & Reformed Pub Co .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Millennialism

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8088824M
ISBN 100875522114
ISBN 109780875522111
OCLC/WorldCa9652830

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  The book declares him the “ ruler over the kings of the earth ” in the present tense, and it connects his sovereignty to his past death and resurrection. Christ bore “ faithful witness ” in his death and, therefore, he became the “ firstborn of the dead ” when God raised him from the dead. In John , we learn that the Holy Spirit is the source of truth. Joe Lewels reaches for this truth is his new book Rulers of the Earth. Join Lewels on an amazing and uplifting journey toward truth about Jesus, Christianity, Essenes, UFOs, history, religion, and spirituality. It's a fascinating and important trip/5(12).   “Jesus Christ, who is the ruler of the kings of the earth» (Revelation ). The word for “ruler” means he is the ultimate authority over all the kings of the earth. They are great, but he is greater. They are mighty, but he is mightier. Millions answer to them, but they answer to . Ruler of the Kings on the Earth: A Clear Look at Amillennialism for the Lay Person [Currell, R. C., Hurlbut, E. P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ruler of the Kings on the Earth: A Clear Look at Amillennialism for the Lay Person5/5(1).

  In Revelation , the writer, John, gives Jesus Christ three unusual titles. It is the last of these I want to pick up on: the Ruler of the Kings of the Earth. A grand sounding title, and on the face of it an elevated position, but the resonance of this mighty name to the early. (5) From Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten (or, firstborn) of the dead, and the prince (or, ruler) of the kings of the earth. —The triple title applied to Christ corresponds to the three ideas of this book. Christ the Revealing Prophet, the Life-giving High Priest, and the real Ruler of mankind. Despite appearances, from the beginning of the book of Revelation, Jesus is declared the ruler over the “kings of the earth.” His exaltation is based on his sacrificial death and resurrection. The “kings of the earth” may be allied with the Beast, yet the Lamb uses them to achieve his purposes. The same group is found later in the New. Revelation This phrase arrested my attention recently as I was reading through the opening verses of John’s Revelation. Jesus is “the ruler of the kings of the earth.” I assume this would also include, in our day, presidents, prime ministers or dictators. No one escapes His dominion! This reminded me of Daniel’s interpretation of [ ].

kings of the earth and all nations, you princes and all rulers on earth, New Living Translation kings of the earth and all people, rulers and judges of the earth, English Standard Version Kings of the earth and all peoples, princes and all rulers of the earth! Berean Study Bible kings of the earth and all peoples, princes and all rulers of the. The Ruler of The Kings of The Earth.” Perhaps alluding to the divine name first revealed in. Exodus when I AM spoke to Moses through the burning bush, John tell us that God is without. beginning or end. He is the Lord of the past, the present, and the future The Trinitarian (TRIUNE GODHEAD) Theology of Revelation. also becomes. Dear Father, As I meditate on this mighty name of Jesus Christ, the Ruler of the Kings of the Earth, I humble myself and worship Him in all His glory and majesty.I magnify Jesus, the supreme Ruler, Leader and Prince, as He exercises dominion over all the rulers of the people of the earth!   Synopsis: The book of Revelation declares Jesus the present “ruler of the kings of the earth,” a fulfillment of the promise of a Davidic king Despite appearances, from the beginning of the book of Revelation, Jesus is declared the ruler over the “kings of the earth.” His exaltation is based on his sacrificial death and resurrection.