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Name Above All Names

On Sunday I preached the final sermon in our recent series through the book o Jude. In closing, I referenced a framed poster in my office that my parents gave me back in the 1990s. It has printed on it the heading "Name Above All Names" and then lists every book of the Bible and how Jesus Christ is revealed in each one. These words are actually the lyrics from a song by Don Moen in his musical presentation titled "God With Us." In the day when choirs and choral presentations were prevalent, many churches presented this musical.


There have been other songs by different artists throughout the years who have presented songs with similar themes. While only the Bible is inerrant, the message in this portion of one song points toward the immutable Word and reminds us that Jesus is not a biblical character who appeared first in a cave in Bethlehem, but as the second person of the Trinity is fully God and sovereign over all. God is present in every book of the Bible, Old and New Testaments, and Christ is revealed as the Savior, Redeemer, Messiah, Sovereign Lord, and Christ.

Some have asked for a copy of what I read, so I provide it here in this article and also as a downloadable PDF file. The musical is titled "God With Us" and was written and produced by Don Moen and released in 1993. The copyright is held by Integrity Music.


  • In Genesis, Jesus is the ram at Abraham’s altar
  • In Exodus, he is the Passover lamb
  • In Leviticus, he is the High Priest
  • In Numbers, he is the cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night
  • In Deuteronomy, he is the city of our refuge
  • In Joshua, he is the scarlet thread out Rahab’s window
  • In Judges, he is our judge
  • In Ruth, he is our kinsman redeemer
  • In 1 and 2 Samuel, he is our trusted prophet
  • In Kings and Chronicles, he is our reigning king
  • In Ezra, he is our faithful scribe
  • In Nehemiah, he is the rebuilder of everything that is broken
  • In Esther, he is the Mordecai sitting faithful at the gate
  • In Job, he is our redeemer that ever liveth
  • In Psalms, he is my shepherd, and I shall not want
  • In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, he is our wisdom
  • In the Song of Solomon, he is the beautiful bridegroom
  • In Isaiah, he is the suffering servant
  • In Jeremiah and Lamentations, it is Jesus that is the weeping prophet
  • In Ezekiel, he is the wonderful four-faced man
  • And in Daniel, he is the fourth man in the midst of a fiery furnace
  • In Hosea, he is my love that is forever faithful
  • In Joel, he baptizes us with the Holy Spirit
  • In Amos, he is our burden bearer
  • In Obadiah, our savior
  • And in Jonah, he is the great foreign missionary that takes the Word of God into all the world
  • You go on and see in Micah, he is the messenger with beautiful feet
  • In Nahum, he is the avenger
  • In Habakkuk, he is the watchman that is ever praying for revival
  • In Zephaniah, he is the Lord mighty to save
  • In Haggai, he is the restorer of our lost heritage
  • In Zechariah, he is our fountain
  • And in Malachi, he is the son of righteousness with healing in his wings
  • In Matthew, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God
  • In Mark, he is the miracle worker
  • In Luke, he is the Son of man
  • And in John, he is the door by which everyone of us must enter
  • In Acts, he is the shining light that appears to Saul on the road to Damascus
  • In Romans, he is our justifier
  • In 1 Corinthians, our resurrection
  • In 2 Corinthians, our sin bearer
  • In Galatians, he redeems us from the law
  • In Ephesians, he is our unsearchable riches
  • In Philippians, he supplies our every need
  • And in Colossians, he is the fullness of the godhead bodily
  • In 1 and 2 Thessalonians, he is our soon coming king
  • In 1 and 2 Timothy, he is the mediator between God and man
  • In Titus, he is our blessed hope
  • In Philemon, he is a friend that sticks closer than a brother
  • And in Hebrews, he is the blood of the everlasting covenant
  • In James, it is the Lord that heals the sick
  • In 1 and 2 Peter, he is the chief shepherd
  • In 1, 2, and 3 John, it is Jesus who has the tenderness of love
  • In Jude, he is the Lord coming with 10,000 saints
  • And in Revelation, life up your eyes, church, for your redemption draweth nigh, he is the King of kings and Lord of lords.

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