All or Nothing: Jesus Is Lord

A Christian is literally "Christ's one,"
someone who is not just vaguely
influenced by Christian teaching, but
who has switched his or her most
fundamental allegiance to Jesus.
Christians understand the all-or-nothing
choice that is forced upon us by the
magnitude of Jesus' claims.

From the earliest days, the confession of
Christians was CHRISTOS KURIOS--
"Jesus is Lord." In the historical context,
in which it was required to say KAISER
KURIOS, "Caesar is Lord," this
confession meant that Jesus was the
supreme power. He was not just a divine
angelic being, but, as an early Christian
hymn put it, he had "the name above
every name" (Philippians 2:9). In him
"All the fullness of the godhead dwells
bodily" (Colossians 2:9).

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