An embattled Prince of Persia then asked ‘’who is this king of Glory?’’. The Lord replied like thunder ‘’The Lord strong and mighty in battle’’. The splendor of Jesus Christ covered the entire Hades and He proceeded with another decree ‘’lift up your heads, o you ancient gate, lift them up you ancient doors that the king of Glory may come in’’. The terrified old serpent danced like a rattled window, with a drowning voice he asked again ‘’who is this king of glory? And Jesus replied ‘’He is the king of Glory’’. There and then, Jesus Christ collected the keys of Hades and Death. Satan immediately went down on his kneels and worshiped him. The keys of Death and Hades are now on the holy hands of Jesus Christ, this has confirmed His status as the resurrection and life. The resurrection power of Jesus Christ has giving us the hope that if we die in Christ, we will live with Him. All these things happened within the space of three days. On the morning of the third day, Jesus Christ was no longer in shroud attire. He had risen from death as a guarantee that those who sleep in death will also be raised (1 cor 15:20-24). While Jesus Christ was in a shroud, His blood became an atonement for the sins of mankind, speaking louder and better things than the blood of Abel. Today, tomorrow and forever, Jesus Christ still remains the same (Heb 13:8).