When Christ returns, He will rule as king of kings. Does that mean the earth will be divided up into lesser kingdoms that are part of great?
er kingdoms, similar to ancient Europe?
- PubliusLv 77 months ago
Not necessarily. King of kings is a form of superlative him Hebrew, like saying, "King of all."
- Anonymous7 months ago
There will be only one government throughout all the earth that is God's Kingdom and Jesus Christ will be the King of it. His rulership will be great and will not be passed on to any other kingdom or people. The whole earth will be united.
- sarahLv 77 months ago
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(Daniel 2:44) “In the days of those kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed. And this kingdom will not be passed on to any other people. It will crush and put an end to all these kingdoms, and it alone will stand forever,
- MalcolmLv 67 months ago
2 Peter Chapter 3 addresses that matter.
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- GmanLv 57 months ago
This is what the Bible says Daniel 2:44 “In the days of those kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed. And this kingdom will not be passed on to any other people. It will crush and put an end to all these kingdoms,
and it alone will stand forever,
"it alone will stand forever"
- Larry CLv 77 months ago
The King of kings that is referred to means that the power and glory of the Christ will be such that an assembly of kings would seem like commoners in comparison to Him. All the earth shall bow to the Lord upon His return, however, it will be too late for those who had a chance to know the truth about the Christ, and rejected Him.
- Glenn SLv 77 months ago
No......Jesus will rule completely. King of kings means that he is above all. Revelation 20.
- Anonymous7 months ago
I guess we will find out when he returns . Hold your breath
and try not to be turned blue
- 7 months ago
He'll be like every other ruler today promising change but we'll hardly notice him step in.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 77 months ago
I don't think 'king of kings' means he's a king that rules other kings. I think it means that he's a king whose kingship is high above those of ordinary kings. As a species, as a race, we have mostly outgrown monarchies. Today Jesus might be called 'autocrat of autocrats' or 'dictator above all dictators'.