Lord Jesus

The phrase “Lord Jesus” states that Jesus (Yeshua‘) is no ordinary person; He is Lord. The word “Lord” has a wide range of uses. It can be a simple respectful “Sir” or a more formal, “Master.” But the New Testament also uses “Lord” of God. This name of Jesus declares that He is God. The combination only occurs twice in the gospels, perhaps because the disciples only became properly aware of Jesus’ lordship after the resurrection.

"Lord Jesus" pictured in the Greek text of Mark 16:19.

“Lord Jesus” in the Greek text of Mark 16:19.

Lord Jesus in Greek:

Kyrios Iēsous

Strong’s Concordance numbers: 2962, 2424

Bible references: Mark 16:19; Luke 24:3 and about 38 times in total.

Luke tells us about the visit of the women to the tomb of Jesus:

And they entered in, and found not the body of the Lord Jesus. (Luke 24:3)

Several other names of Jesus include the title Lord. The best known and the most formal is Lord Jesus Christ.

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