Jesus is Lord
Calling Jesus “Lord” isn’t likely to turn many heads today. We use “Lord” in our prayers and sermons almost without thinking about it. But in the ancient world, there was a lot more weight behind the words, “Jesus is Lord.” You might even attract unwelcome attention from the emperor himself.
From the series The Majesty of Christ.
Teaching Series by R.C. Sproul
In the letter to the Roman churches, Paul writes that Jesus was declared to be the Son of God in power when He was resurrected from the dead (1:3–4). Everything Jesus claimed about His vocation as the Messiah was vindicated … Learn More
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