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 our redemption.
Christ's death is the payment that redeems us from our debt with God's law, and guarantees us a permanent place in his family. The word redemption (prefix re- again, and emere- to buy) means "to buy again". A redeemer is someone who redeems, someone who buys. On the other side, the word "rescue" comes from the word"redimere". a rescue is the price that has to be paid to redeem something. Jesus came to rescue us and that is the reason we speak of Jesus as our redeemer. In the Scriptures we read that Christ came to rescue us from the wrath of God, paying the price for our rebellion before God. For our sins we deserved the curse of God, but Christ took the curse to the cross according to the law of God. As one of my favorite preachers puts it: God treated Jesus as if He lived your life so He could treat you as if you lived His life. if God forgives us without a payment, as if sin was an insignificant thing when in fact it's an offense before God, he would betray his own glory. God, who owes us no mercy, in His mercy set out to save us (Ephesians 1:6-7) without ignoring his justice, so he sent His Son to pay what He alone could pay and this way make us his. Christ was propitiation for our sins , in other words, the wrath of God we deserved was vented on him.
Relative, rescue, ransom, redemption, guarantor (Ruth 4:14; Matthew 20:28; 1 Timothy 2:6; 1 Corinthians 1:30; Hebrews 7:22.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God ( John 1:1).