Sunday School Today: Christ’s Titles

Jesus Christ is presented in Scripture as a Prophet, a Priest, and a King.

As Prophet, He tells men what God has to say to them, and He reveals God to men. John 1:18

As Priest, He represents believers before God. Hebrews 4:14-16.

As King, He reigns today in the hearts of those who are loyal to Him (who trust in Him as Lord and Savior). In the coming day, He will reign upon the earth for one thousand years (Revelation 20:2-3). Psalm 72 describes His reign on earth. Thereafter, Jesus will continue to be our King of Kings and Lord of Lords throughout eternity.

Next study: doctrine on The Holy Spirit.

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About melvingaines

I am a communications professional, author and speaker with years of experience as a business owner and corporate supervisor. My philosophy is “excellence in leadership-by-example with integrity and without compromise.” I am a member of the National Association of Black Accountants and served as President of the National Association of Credit Management, Greater Akron (OH). I have also held memberships with the American Collectors Association International, Inc. and the Commercial Law League of America. I am Church Administrator and Sunday school instructor at Akron Alliance Fellowship Church in Akron, Ohio. I have taught adult Sunday school for over 25 years and facilitated numerous bible studies and church cell group sessions. Every now and then, I fill in for the pastor with a sermon. I am a longtime advocate of Christian-based elementary and high school education. I am a graduate of The University of Akron with a degree in Business and Organizational Communication, and recently earned a Master’s degree in Christian Studies at Crown College, St. Bonifacius, Minnesota. I am also a member of the Chaplains Association of Ohio, and involved in Clinical Pastoral studies for possible full or part-time chaplaincy. I am a native of Cleveland, Ohio and I am married to my lovely childhood sweetheart, Lynn. View all posts by melvingaines

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