Latest Posts

Christ as Lord and Master

Memory Verse

Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am. If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another’s feet.

  • To appreciate the knowledge of Christ not just as our savior but as well as the Lord and Master.
  • To establish the fact that God has made Christ our Lord.
  • To appreciate that Christ as our Lord and Master is for our own good and He does not treat us cruelly and an unreasonably.
  • To help us grow in obedience and submission to Christ as our Lord and Master.
  • To understand how much we can learn from Christ our Lord and Master.
  • To have deeper understanding that Christ as our ultimate leader.
  • To learn how the Holy Spirt enables us as believers to enthrone Christ Jesus as Lord and Master.


  • Why is Christ referred to as our Lord and Master?
  • What is the significance of Christ as our Lord and Master?
  • What is the role of the Holy Spirit in confessing Christ as Lord?
  • Can Christ be our savior but not yet our Lord and Master?
  • Why is it sometimes difficult to relate with Christ as my Lord and Master?
  • Can Christ be my Lord without total submission and honor to him?
  • What qualities and traits can we learn from Christ as Lord and Master?
  • How do I respond to Christ as my Lord and Master?
  • How do I respond to authority that God has placed over me?
  • What is the role of humility in Kingdom authority?
  • Confessing Jesus Christ as our Lord and Master is acknowledging Him as the “the owner” of our lives that controls all we do; He decides what we do and He pays our wages. (John 20:28)
  • God has made Jesus both Christ and Lord (Acts 2:36).
  • Christ our Lord and Master must be obeyed, Obedience and honour are crucial requirement in our relationship with Christ as our Lord and Master (Luke 6:46 Deut 7:9, Deut 6:4-5, 7:21-23).
  • The Holy Spirt gives the divine enablement to call Christ our Lord (1 Corinthians 12:3)
  • Christ has the authority to be our Lord and Master (Matthew 28:18, Ephesians 1:22).
  • Humility precedes authority in the Kingdom, (Philippians 2:8-11)
  • As believers professing Christ as Lord and Master, we must be willing to submit our wills and wants to the Will of our Lord and seek for the advancement of His kingdom even when it is not convenient (Mark 14:36)
  • Believers should be weary of false teachings that cunningly derail our true confession and actions enthroning Jesus as Lord and Master (Jude 1:4).
  • As believers, we will most certainly be confronted with difficult choices where our allegiance is tested, and the consequences may seem tough, but we should not give up or change our confession of Christ as Lord and Master (Matthew 22:15-22)
  • When we call Him Lord and Master, we are giving glory to God Almighty and giving honour and respect to Christ Jesus that He can do all things as He pleases (Matt 8:2, 1Tim 6:1-2)
  • The natural tendency of humans is to have control of their endeavors and resources, countries clamor for independence. This intrinsic nature of man makes it difficult to sometimes surrender to Christ as Lord and Master, but as believers, we need to surrender our thoughts, will and actions to the Lord and Master (1 Sam 8:5-7)
  • It is by grace you can surrender to Him as your Lord and Master. Trust the Holy Spirit to guide you in this.
  • Grow in His love; it will help you surrender more to Him.
  • We must make a conscious decision of always saying “YES” to whatever our Lord and Master says and allow the Kingdom agenda take priority over our personal ambition and desires.
  • Totally submit under the Lordship of Jesus for you can do nothing without Him (John 15:5-6) Christ as Lord and Master should have complete control and access to all facets of our lives, there should be no aspect of our lives that He should not be able to access and control including our relationships, career, business, studies and finances.
  • Christ as the Lord means “owner”, we need to surrender and extol His name as our Lord and Master. You cannot serve 2 masters. (Matthew 6:24)
  • Believers that are placed in privileged positions of authority should relate with others justly and fairly (Col 4:1)
  • Believers should be exemplary in obeying authorities as far as it is does not contradict the scripture and the laws of the land.( Ephesians 6:5, Titus 3:1)