The King Of Kings!


Melchizedek Devotional


Read the biblical text: Genesis 14:19-20



If you can, provide a crown (the ones found in the costume section of department stores) to each member of the family



Abram Blessed By Melchizedek.

Abram leaves to retrieve his nephew Lot who was made captive by the enemies of Sodom. He arms his men and manages to recover Lot and the loot. On the way back, Abram is met by the King of Sodom and the King of Salem. This second king is one of the most mysterious characters in the entire Bible, he is called “Melchizedek,” which means “king of justice (righteousness)” and many believe that Salem is an abbreviated form of Jerusalem. Melchizedek is mentioned only once in the Old Testament and a few times in the book of  Hebrews. In Psalm 110, David declares: “You are a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek” (Psalm 110: 4b). and in Hebrews 7 it says that Jesus himself is a priest, not of the lineage of Aaron, but of the lineage of Melchizedek. Jesus was born “who is like Melchizedek, has appeared”.  Jesus became a priest, not by meeting the physical requirement of belonging to the tribe of Levi, but by the power of a life that cannot be destroyed.” (Hebrews 7:15-16).

Abram paid tribute to this high priest-king Melchizedek. Let us pay tribute and honour the greatest prophet-priest-king: Jesus Christ! We are also of this royal lineage thanks to our relationship with Jesus.



Melchizedek means, king of justice, king of peace…

  • What is justice and peace?
  • How does it feel to know that Jesus is the greatest king?
  • What does Jesus mean to you?
  • To what extent do you realize that you are in the lineage of Jesus and that you have all his privileges as co-heirs?



Thank you, God, for the supreme priest king, Jesus, who still intercedes for us before the Father. Thank you for taking me into this royal family and making me a co-heir.


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