Wednesday, December 18, 2013

My King by Chuck Missler


  
 He is the King of the Jews
   He is the King of Israel
But He's also
   King of all the Ages;
   King of Heaven;
   King of Glory;
   King of Kings;
      ..and Lord of Lords.

He is
   a prophet before Moses;
   a priest after Melchizedek;
   a champion like Joshua;
   an offering in place of Isaac;
   a king from the line of David;
   a counselor above Solomon;
   beloved, rejected, and exalted
      like Joseph;
and yet far more... 

The Heavens declare His glory...
   and the firmament shows
      His handiwork.
He who is, who was, and who always will be;
The first and the last
   He is the Alpha and Omega
      the Aleph and the Tau
         the A and the Z;
He is the ego eimi,
    
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      the "I AM that I AM" 

The voice of the burning bush
   the Captain of the Lord's Host
      the conqueror of Jericho
He is our Kinsman-Redeemer
   and He is our Avenger of Blood;
      and He is our City of Refuge; 

He was crucified on a cross of wood;
   Yet He made the hill
      on which it stood.
By Him were all things made
      that were made;
   without Him was not anything made
      that was made;
By Him are all things held together!
In Him dwells
   the fullness of the Godhead bodily;
      The very God of very God. 

He became
   the first fruits of them that slept.
He is our Performing High Priest;
   Our Personal Prophet;
      Our Reigning King.
He is enduringly strong;
      entirely sincere;
         eternally steadfast;
He is imperially powerful;
   immortally graceful;
      impartially merciful;
He stands alone in Himself:
   He's unique,
      pre-eminent,
         supreme,
            unparalleled: 

He's the Loftiest idea
      in Literature;
He's the highest Personality
   in Philosophy;
He's the Fundamental Doctrine
   of Theology;
He's the Supreme Problem
   in "higher criticism"!
He's the Son of God!

There is no means of measuring
   his limitless love:
It was written in blood,
   on that wooden cross
      erected in Judea
         2,000 years ago. 

He was born of a woman
   so that we could be born of God;
He humbled Himself
   so that we could be lifted up;
He became a servant
   so that we could be made joint-heirs;
He suffered rejection
   so that we could become His friends;
He denied Himself
   so that we could freely receive all things;
He gave Himself
   so that He could bless us in every way. 

He
   is Available to the tempted and the tried;
   Blesses the young;
   Cleanses the lepers;
   Defends the feeble;
   Delivers the captives;
   Discharges the debtors;
   Forgives the sinners;
   Franchises the meek;
   Guards the besieged;
   Heals the sick;
   Provides strength to the weak;
   Regards the aged;
   Rewards the diligent;
   Serves the unfortunate;
   Sympathizes and He saves! 

His Offices are many;
His Reign is righteous;
His Promises are certain;
His Goodness is limitless;
His Light is matchless;
His Love never changes;
His Grace is sufficient;
His Mercy is everlasting;
His Word is enough;
His Yoke is easy and
   His Burden is light! 

He's indescribable;
He's incomprehensible;
He's irresistable;
He's invinceable!
The Heaven of heavens
   cannot contain Him;
Man cannot explain Him
The Pharisees couldn't stand Him
   but soon learned
      that they couldn't stop Him;
They railroaded Him
   through 6 illegal trials,
      and yet
The witnesses couldn't agree against Him
   and the personal representative
      of the ruler of the world,
         couldn't find any fault with Him;
Herod couldn't kill Him
   death couldn't handle Him
      the grave couldn't hold Him!
He has always been and always will be;
   He had no predecessor and
      will have no successor;
You can't impeach Him and
   he isn't going to resign! 

His name is above every name;
   That at the name of Yeshua
Every knee shall bow
   Every tongue shall confess
That Jesus Christ is Lord!
His is the kingdom,
   and the power,
      and the glory...
         for ever, and ever.
Hallelujah! ...and Amen!



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