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TITLE: Jesus is Lord
TEXT: Mark 2:23-28
PROPOSITION: Jesus must be Lord of All.
KEY WORD: Meanings
  1. Many call him Lord - But he is not. Luke 6:46
  2. God made him Lord. Acts 2:36
  3. He is Lord of heaven and earth. Matthew 28:18
  4. He is ALSO Lord of the Sabbath. Mark 2:23-28
  5. Is Jesus your Lord?
  6. Greek word "kurios" = Four definitions
        A. Does Christ own you?
        B. "My body. I can do what I want."
        C. He bought us with his blood.
                Ephesians 1:7
                1 Peter 1:18-19
        D. Are you bought with the blood of Jesus?

A. We must choose a master. Matthew 6:24
        B. Christ should be only one. Matthew 23:10
        C. Obey the master's will. Luke 6:46
        D. All property belongs to our Master.
                All we have belongs to God.
                Psalms 24:1 (cattle); Haggai 2:8 (gold & silver); 1 Timothy 6:8-19

A. Jesus is the King of Kings.
                1 Timothy 1:17
                1 Timothy 6:15
                Revelation 17:14
        B. For Jesus to be our King we must be in Kingdom.
                Church is the kingdom. Matthew 16:18-19
                Colossians 1:13 - translated into the kingdom
        C. Enter Kingdom (enter Christ) by baptism.
        D. We must obey the King.

Reverence, Respect, Fear
A. Gentiles did not fear God. Romans 3:18
                Profanity, Immoral lives, Ignore the Bible
        B. Christians fear God.
                Acts 9:31 - Church will grow.
                Philippians 2:12 - Motivates us to save ourselves.
                2 Corinthians 5:17; 1 Pet. 3:15 - Try to save others.
                2 Corinthians 7:1 - Urges us to be holy.
                Revelation 19:5 - Cause us to worship God.
        C. Solomon summed it up. Ecclesiastes 12:13

Is Jesus your Lord?
If not now - in eternity. Philippians 2:9-11

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