Coram Deo

He Who Comes in Clouds

Daniel 7:9–14

We may not often use the title Son of Man when we refer to Jesus, but we must never forget the reality behind it. Jesus alone is the King of kings and Lord of lords. It is His will that stands supreme and must be obeyed even if it conflicts with lesser authorities. It is Him in whom we hope, not the kingdoms of men. When we look at the world around us we should be comforted that our Savior rules over all and that we are a part of His never-ending kingdom.

For further study:

Genesis 49:8–12

The Bible in a year:

Psalms 7–9

For the weekend:

Psalms 10–15


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