I’m quoting two scriptures, would anyone who has scriptural knowledge please explain there meaning?

1st (Matthew 28:18) Jesus approached and spoke to them, saying: “All authority has been given me in heaven and on the earth.

1 Q Who is this scripture say is speaking and what is he given?

2nd (1 Co 15:24-28) Next, the end, when he hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father, when he has brought to nothing all government and all authority and power. 25 For he must rule as king until God has put all enemies under his feet. 26 And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing. 27 For God “subjected all things under his feet.” But when he says that ‘all things have been subjected,’ it is evident that this does not include the One who subjected all things to him. 28 But when all things will have been subjected to him, then the Son himself will also subject himself to the One who subjected all things to him, that God may be all things to everyone.

2nd Q. In verse 24 who is the one that hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father?

3rd Q. Who rules as King until God until God has brought all governments(Dan 2:44) all authority & power to nothing? (vs 25)

4th Q. What is brought to nothing (vs 26-Revelation 20:14)

5th Q. Who subjected al things under whose feet? (vs 27-Matt 28:18)

6th Q. When all things are subject to him who does the Son subject himself to? (vs 28)


3rd Q Who rules as King until God has brought all governments (I stuttered)(sorry)

Update 2:

I appreciate all the answers, some of you got it, but most not! You may ask why, it is because the questions are answered within the scriptures quoted!  1, Jesus, 2 Jesus, 3 Jesus, 4 What is all things? It's the wickedness of Satans system (1 John 5:19) 5 God subjected all things under Jesus's feet. 6 Jesus subjects himself to his Father (1 Corinthians 11:3)   

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  • 1 year ago
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    Matthew 28:18-Jesus has authority over his congregation, and since 1914 he has had authority over God’s newly established Kingdom. (Colossians 1:13; Revelation 11:15) He is the archangel and as such commands a heavenly army of hundreds of millions of angels. (1 Thessalonians 4:16; 1 Peter 3:22; Revelation 19:14-16) He has been empowered by his Father to bring to nothing “all government and all authority and power” that oppose righteous principles. (1 Corinthians 15:24-26; Ephesians 1:20-23) Jesus’ authority is not limited to the living. He is also “judge of the living and the dead” and has God-given power to resurrect those who have fallen asleep in death. (Acts 10:42; John 5:26-28) Surely a command given by the One vested with such vast authority should be viewed as of the highest importance. Therefore, we respectfully and willingly obey Christ’s command to ‘go and make disciples.’ 1 Cor 15:24-28-The purpose of the Son’s rule will have been accomplished. He will then, with deep satisfaction, return his authority to Jehovah and present to him the perfected human family. 17 There can be no better description of the grand climax than the words “that God may be all things to everyone.” What does that mean? Think back to the time in Eden when the perfect humans, Adam and Eve, were a part of Jehovah’s peaceful and harmonious universal family. Jehovah, the Universal Sovereign, ruled directly over all his creation, angelic and human. They were able to communicate with him personally, worship him, and be blessed by him. He was “all things to everyone.”

    18 That harmonious relationship was interrupted when humans, influenced by Satan, rebelled against Jehovah’s sovereignty. Since 1914, however, the Messianic Kingdom has been taking progressive steps to restore that unity and harmony. (Eph. 1:9, 10) During the Thousand Year Reign, marvelous things presently “unseen” will be brought to reality. Then comes “the end,” that is, the close of Christ’s Millennial Reign. What will happen then? Though given “all authority . . . in heaven and on the earth,” Jesus is not ambitious. He has no intention of usurping Jehovah’s place. He humbly “hands over the kingdom to his God and Father.” He will use his unique position and authority “to the glory of God.”​—Matt. 28:18; Phil. 2:9-11.

    19 By then, the earthly subjects of the Kingdom will have been brought to perfection. They will follow Jesus’ example and humbly and willingly acknowledge Jehovah’s sovereignty. They will have the opportunity to demonstrate their desire to do that by successfully passing the final test. (Rev. 20:7-10) Thereafter, all rebels​—human and spirit—​will be eliminated forever. What a joyful and jubilant time that will be! The entire universal family will happily praise Jehovah, who will be “all things to everyone.”​—Read Psalm 99:1-3.

  • J H
    Lv 6
    1 year ago

    Very good question which reveals the Godhead and the plan of 

    Salvation.All Power reveals that the Seven{ perfection} Spirits

    Before the Throne have been given to Jesus. This reversal of 

    Power where the Lord laid down His Divinity { Philippians 2,v.8}

    is clearly demonstrates that Jesus is equal to the Godhead.

    Jesus is beginning to be glorified. Jesus is bringing the plan of 

    Salvation to fruition.

    When He hands over the Kingdom to God,Jesus will be in His

    proper position. Jesus on His Own Authority will Judge all

    creation including the seed of satan.His position as Judge

    will indicate that He is to receive the exact same Value as 

    What is given to the Father {John 5}.

     This submission and perfect Humility is the Work of Jesus 

    to insure that sin will be no more.His sheep will now have

    the perfect example to study for Eternity,how to Worship

    Theos.Yehoshua will then sit in His rightful place at the 

    Right of the Father.All of the original Creation will know

    Jesus is Theos.

     I am well aware that you will not be able to understand 

    any of the Light being shed,Amen.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    1 year ago


    I'm going to be really blunt. I think we have a case of poor reading comprehension that rivals Granny Norine.

    1 Q Who is this scripture say is speaking and what is he given?

    The Scripture explicitly teaches us that Jesus is speaking.

    The Scripture explicitly teaches us that Jesus ***had already*** been given all authority in Heaven and on Earth.

    2nd Q. In verse 24 who is the one that hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father?

    Christ (which you can learn by reading the previous verse).

    3rd Q.  Who rules as King until God until God has brought all governments(Dan 2:44) all authority & power to nothing?

    Christ (which, again, you can learn by reading v 23).

    4th Q. What is brought to nothing

    The passage teaches us explicitly that death is brought to nothing.

    5th Q. Who subjected al things under whose feet?

    The passage teaches us explicitly that God subjects all things under Christ's feet.

    6th Q. When all things are subject to him who does the Son subject himself to?

    His God and Father.

    Conclusion: seriously...if you have such difficult reading this fairly straightforward set of passages, then answers will not avail you, because the answers are copied from the Scriptures themselves which plainly teach the answers to your questions.

  • 1 year ago

    In a way, it's easier than you may think...

    The Holy Trinity is Three Equal Persons in One God.

     The way God has Chosen to Present Himself to us is what is Precived as Change. 


    1:1 At various times in the past and in various different ways, God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets; but

    1:2 in our own time, the last days, he has spoken to us through his Son, the Son that he has appointed to inherit everything and through whom he made everything there is.

    1:3 He is the radiant light of God's glory and the perfect copy of his nature, sustaining the universe by his powerful command; and now that he has destroyed the defilement of sin, he has gone to take his place in heaven at the right hand of divine Majesty.

    ... ....

    4:12 The word of God is something alive and active: it cuts like any double-edged sword but more finely: it can slip through the place where the soul is divided from the spirit, or joints from the marrow; it can judge the secret emotions and thoughts.

    4:13 No created thing can hide from him; everything is uncovered and open to the eyes of the one to whom we must give account of ourselves.

    The Jerusalem Bible...

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  • 1 year ago

    Jesus refers to Father's name - Yah - HalleluYah - Psalm 135 [See in Hebrew]

    I have come in My Father’s name..John 5:43

    A Psalm of David. The LORD said to my Lord, “Sit at My right hand, Till I make Your enemies Your footstool.”

    Psalm 110:1

    “Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one!

    Deuteronomy 6:4

    The Lord our God - Father.

    The Lord - Son

    One - Oneness in Spirit.

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  • ?
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    Mt. 28:18, Jesus is saying that He has been given authority by the Father to make disciples of His followers. He is now giving that authority to them in the form of the sacrament of baptism of other true followers of the Way. Jesus is authorizing his disciples to make disciples of others.

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    It's all about this earth, what's going on here.

    Jesus was given ALL authority here, how He does everything here.

    I think all judgement is given, conferred on Him.

    Jesus came here, lived here, saw, experienced what we do, saw the injustice,  knows how to judge it, run it.

    You've seen what the world powers are like.  All corruption is destroyed.

    When accomplished,  Jesus hands it all back to the Godhead.

    Jesus is part of the Godhead, but He steps down once His mission is complete. 

  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Hmm...........perhaps you should try reading your bible before you posted this wall of text.

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