Moments of Faith Devotional 19 April 2024 by Prophet Frank Udoh.

Title: King of All Kings. 


In a world filled with uncertainty and chaos, it’s comforting to know that there is a King who reigns supreme over all creation. Jesus Christ, the King of all kings, holds ultimate authority and power, and His sovereignty extends over every aspect of our lives. This devotional invites you to reflect on the majesty and sovereignty of Jesus and to surrender to His rule with reverence and awe.

Scripture Reading: Revelation 19:16 (NIV) “On his robe and on his thigh he has this name written: king of kings and lord of lords.”


The title “King of kings” signifies Jesus’ unrivaled authority and dominion over all earthly rulers and kingdoms. His reign is not subject to the whims of human politics or the passing of time; it is eternal and unshakeable. As we meditate on His kingship, we are reminded that He is not just a distant ruler but a compassionate and merciful King who cares deeply for His people.

In our daily lives, it’s easy to forget the sovereignty of Jesus and to try to control our circumstances on our own. However, when we acknowledge His kingship and submit to His authority, we find peace and security in His perfect

love. Surrendering to the King of all kings means trusting in His wisdom and guidance, even when we don’t understand His ways. It means laying down our own desires and ambitions at His feet, knowing that His plans for us are far greater than we could ever imagine.

As we navigate the challenges and uncertainties of life, let us take comfort in the fact that we serve a King who is seated on the throne of heaven, ruling with justice and righteousness. Let us surrender our fears, our worries, and our doubts to Him, knowing that He is faithful to reign over every aspect of our lives.


Lord Jesus, King of all kings, we bow before You in reverence and awe. Thank You for Your sovereignty and Your unchanging love for us. Help us to surrender every area of our lives to Your rule, trusting in Your wisdom and guidance. May Your kingdom come and Your will be done in our lives and in the world around us. In Your mighty name, amen.

Further Reading: Psalm 95:3-7; Isaiah 9:6-7; Colossians 1:15-20

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