“God is the Eternal, Independent, and Self-Existent Being; the Being whose purposes and actions spring from HimSelf, without foreign motive or influence [ Great Warrior; ] He who is absolute in dominion [ Sovereign King; ] the most pure, the most simple, the most spiritual of all essences [ Lover; ] infinitely perfect; and eternally self-sufficient, needing nothing that He has made; illimitable in His immensity, inconceivable in His mode of existence, and indescribable in His essence; known fully only by HimSelf, because an Infinite Mind can only be fully comprehended by itself. In a word, a Being who, from His Infinite Wisdom [ Magician, ] cannot err or be deceived, and from His infinite goodness, can do nothing but what is Eternally just, and right, …”
— Adam Clarke
Mediatorial King, Son of God and Son of Man, first-born of many, dual sonship, “… And the government shall be upon His shoulder, And His name shall be called Wonderful Counselor [ Magician, ] Mighty God [ King, ] Everlasting Father [ Lover, ] Prince of Peace [ Warrior.” ] Is9:6
“Examine yourselves, to see whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. Or do you not realize this about yourselves, that the Eternal King is in you?” 2Cor13:5
The First Gospel of the INFANCY of JESUS CHRIST | CHAP. XXI.
1 Disputes miraculously with the doctors in the temple, 7 on law, 9 on astronomy, 12 on physics and metaphysics, 21 is worshipped by a philosopher, 28 and fetched home by his mother. p. 58 AND when he was twelve years old, they brought him to Jerusalem to the feast; and when the feast was over, they returned. 2 But the Lord Jesus continued behind in the temple among the doctors and elders, and learned men of Israel; to whom he proposed several questions of learning, and also gave them answers: 3 For he said to them, Whose son is the Messiah? They answered, the son of David: 4 Why then, said he, does he in the spirit call him Lord? when he saith, The Lord said to my Lord, sit thou at my right hand, till I have made thine enemies thy footstool. [ Psalm 110 ] 5 Then a certain principal Rabbi asked him, Hast thou read books? 6 Jesus answered, he had read both books, and the things which were contained in books. 7 And he explained to them the books of the law, and precepts, and statutes: and the mysteries which are contained in the books of the prophets; things which the mind of no creature could reach. 8 Then said that Rabbi, I never yet have seen or heard of such knowledge! What do you think that boy will be!