Lord of all

The name “Lord of all” (or “Lord over all”) occurs in two verses in the New Testament. The context of both verses shows that Jesus (Yeshua‘) is Lord of Jews and Gentiles (non-Jews); He is not exclusively for the Jews. The racial barriers came down in Him. The New International Version of Romans 9:5 calls Christ (the Messiah) “God over all.”

Lord of all, a name of God pictured in the Greek text of Romans 10:12.

Lord of all in the Greek text of Romans 10:12.

Lord of all in Greek:

Kyrios pantōn

Strong’s Concordance numbers: 2962, 3956

Bible references: Acts 10:36; Rom. 10:12

For there is no difference between Jew and Gentile—the same Lord is Lord of all and richly blesses all who call on him. (Romans 10:12 NIV)

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