The Coming King

"When He was nailed to the cross the superscription placed over Him was, "Jesus of Nazareth, the King of the Jews," and finding fault with this the Jews said, "Put not that he is the king of the Jews, but that he said he was the king of the Jews." And that He was the King was the good confession that He witnessed before Pilate. When Pilate asked Him if he was a King, His answer was, "To this end was I born." The end has not been reached yet, but the time will come when He will be in deed and truth the King of the Jews, as His father David was. Having ascended to heaven and been exalted to His Father’s throne there He said, "To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me on my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne" (Rev. 3: 21). For the present He is on His Father’s throne in heaven, but God has promised Him a throne of His own, which is the throne of the Lord over Israel; and since He has promised to share this with those who shall overcome, the question might be asked here, When will He sit upon that throne? a question which is clearly answered in the following words, "When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory" (Matt. 25: 31)."
-Bro. Williams; The World's Redemption, Chapter 8, Pg. 131, under heading "King of the Jews"

"Is he [Christ] a King now? [Class unanimously replies] No!  Is he ruling over his Kingdom?  [Class unanimously replies] No.  Is he over New Jerusalem yet?  [Class unanimously replies] No.  What is he?  [Class unanimously replies] A priest."..."His work now has nothing to do with his Kingly and Lordly rule over the Earth bringing peace and quietness to it.  His work now is the High Priest."--Ted O'Kelley, The Tabernacle in the wilderness Class 2 @ approximately 51:30