To the King. The eternally exalted One. The One who was, and is, and is to come. The Son of Man. The Son of God. The One sitting at the right hand of the the Throne of God. 
To the Lamb who was slain and yet lives. To the Conquerer of death, sin, and satan. To the One who always was and always will be. To the One who came and walked among us, humbled Himself and became a man and yet was so much more. To the One who sees, the One who hears, to the One who knows. The One who was tempted in every way as we are and yet was without sin.
To the King. To the One before whom the angels bow and the demons tremble in fear. The One who is outside of time and space. the One who measures the waters of the earth in the palm of His hand. The One who lifts up the dust of the earth in a basket and weighs the mountains on a scale. The One before whom the islands are mere dust and the earth His footstool. The One who alone exists and who is Life and who gives Life.
To the King. The Resurrected One. The First-fruits of those who will come after. The assurance of life after death, and the peace that our faith is not in vain. To the Way, the Truth, and the Life. The Rebuilder of walls, hearts, and lives. The Releaser of chains, the Healer of the wounded, and the Restorer of the stolen. 
To the One who cannot be undone and who never gets tired. To the One who gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.
To the King. To the Almighty, Elohim, God Most High. The First, the Last, the Beginning, and the End. To the One who brings light in the darkness, joy in the sorrow, and redemption of our pain. The Merciful, Compassionate, Ever-wise Potentate.
To the One before whom every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is the Lord to the glory of God the Father. To the King. 
I would like to introduce to you this morning His Majesty the King of all.