The first proof is from Psalm 2:7. It establishes that Christ in the flesh is the Second Person of the Godhead seated at the Father’s right hand. The second proof is from 2 Samuel 7:14. It establishes that Christ in the flesh is both the Son of God and the Heir of David, who will reign.
The third proof is from Psalm 97:7 — “And let all the angels of God worship Him.” The text is prophetic of the Son at the Second Coming. Jesus will return in the same manner in which He departed — in human flesh.
- This Jesus, who has been taken up from you into heaven, will come in just the same way as you have watched Him go into heaven. - Acts 1:11
The fourth proof is from Psalm 104:4 — “Who makes His angels winds, And His ministers a flame of fire.” The terms winds and fire are metaphors for angels. The term ministers (leitourgós) refers to one who works in the service of a deity. It is a term that depicts religious service or devotion. That Christ makes these angels and ministers indicates that He created them. Hence, angels are servants, whereas Jesus is Lord. Angels continue to serve Christ, even in Him humanity, demonstrating that He is still divine.