King Jesus

byNathan Derenski

Paperback | April 15, 2017

King Jesus by Nathan Derenski
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Jesus is King. What would change in our lives if we became radically obedient to this truth? If we oriented the framework of our lives according to His Kingship? Placing Him as King and not spiritual consultant, moves Him into His rightful position in our lives. Jesus is King, and this requires radical obedience to Him. As we transition our thoughts of Jesus from a spiritual consultant to the King we live for, we are able to re-orient our lives. This gives us clear direction and purpose under the assurance of our position in His Kingdom. It is then that we begin to live our lives in a manner worthy of our King.

We must recognize that the only way to chart our course through this life is to fix our eyes on not just the author of our faith, but the finisher of our faith. When we refuse to chart our path through life based on the current obstacles or circumstances, we become able to navigate the path that God has set out before us. With our eyes fixed upon our unchanging point of reference; King Jesus.

Title:King JesusFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:158 pages, 7 X 5 X 0.37 inShipping dimensions:158 pages, 7 X 5 X 0.37 inPublished:April 15, IncLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1634921739

ISBN - 13:9781634921732

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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Table of Contents

Foreword: Why a King?
Chapter 1: We Need a King
Chapter 2: Jesus is our King
Chapter 3: Is He a Consultant or a King?
Chapter 4: Honoring the King’s Presence
Chapter 5: Keep Jesus on the Throne
Chapter 6: Expanding the Kingdom
Chapter 7: How to Serve a King
Chapter 8: Living Like the King is Near
Chapter 9: Living with a King in a World of Consultants
Chapter 10: The King’s Way or the Highway
Chapter 11: He’s the Father, but He’s Still the King
Chapter 12: Glory Weighs More