The Lord my Great Lord.
God is the Master and majestic Lord. God is our authority.
Psalms 8 Isaiah 40:3-5 Ezekiel 16:8 Habakkuk 3:19.
Adonai is the plural of Adon. This term is the verbal parallel to Yahweh, Jehovah and YHWH (which was considered too holy to be pronounced). The word "Adonai" is not a proper noun nor is it directly a name of God. It is an emphatic form of the word "Adon" which means "lord" or "master". That is an statement of someone who is above everyone else, the one who is superior, that is why its common use is THE LORD.
Jesus is Son of David.
Jesus fulfilled the prophecies of the Old Testament because he was a descendant of the tribe of Judah from the lineage of David. In the Scripture Jesus is known as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. The apostle John had a vision, he saw one sat on the throne holding a book in his right hand. And a mighty angel proclaiming, "who is worthy to break the seals and to open this book?" John was crying and inconsolable, then one of the elders said to him "do not whip! See, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, the root of David, has overcome to open the book and its seven seals (Revelation 5:1-5) He keeps saying, " the Lamb who was slain, he who has the seven spirits, he who is in the midst of the seven living creatures and the elders, he is worthy to open the scroll and its seals, for he has been slaughtered and has redeemed us with his blood, in other words, Jesus Christ the lamb who was slain on Calvary, is worthy. However, few are those who prefer the Lamb over the Lion, and when they do they rather see him as a harmless and tender pup, but the Lion roars with rage. The Lion roars from Zion, roars from its throne, and when he does his enemies tremble and flee away frightened. For when he roars, a frightening and powerful sound is unleashed and it is capable of defeat his enemies. Jesus, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah roars furiously because his people are being robbed. He roars against those who try to steal the glory that belongs to him only and against those. He challenges us because we can`t just take the Lamb and put aside the Lion, for he says I AM THE LAMB but I am also the Lion of Judah and I roar with rage.
Genesis 49:9-10 Revelation 5:5.
Son of David (Matthew 12:23).
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God ( John 1:1).