That’s my King! (S M Lockridge) – free video

If you’re not already familiar with S M Lockridge’s My King – then you should be! He simply speaks for seven minutes about Jesus Christ, but it’s impossible not to listen without responding in heartfelt praise.

Last summer I put together a video: a combination of Lockeridge’s words, with some images that I hope will add to the power of his message. I’ve been encouraged to share the video – so have uploaded it here. If you’re looking for a video to inspire you in your Christian faith, or a video to show before the sermon in a Sunday service in church, or just something to remind you how God is worthy of our praise, then this might be just the thing.

If you want to play the video offline, you can download it from Vimeo.

Please note that there are about eight seconds of blank video at the beginning and end. If you’re showing the video to a large group, it helps you make sure everything is ready before it actually starts.

A note about copyright: I’ve tried to establish the copyright status of the audio, but have been unable to trace the original copyright holder. Bearing that in mind, I am happy for anyone to freely distribute the video itself, though you may not make a charge for it. I will of course honour the original copyright holder’s wishes should they contact me.


  1. [..YouTube..] Thank you. What a priveledge to have Jesus as my King…….He is indeed the overseer of the overcomers.

  2. Thank you. What a priveledge to have Jesus as my King…….He is indeed the overseer of the overcomers.

  3. [..YouTube..] I love this! What a spiritual giant S M Lockridge was! Amen!

  4. rhinestonenana says

    I love this! What a spiritual giant S M Lockridge was! Amen!

  5. airsoftsniperandnerf says

    Dan mount… Wether you accept it or not he did die for your sins and he loves you. You think you know what Christianity is like it’s more then a religion it is a personal relationship with God our farther. I just hope one day you find him and run in his arms and embrace him. Trust me there’s no feeling like it! It’s so amazing just give it a shot God wants to be with you and have a relationship with him.

  6. “Thank you so much Lord Jesus Christ for your sacrifice” Sorry no evidence for such an outlandish claim. Eternity ,you will spend like anybody else, in the company of the maggots.

  7. How about keep to yourself instead of coming on here spreading satan’s word? I will never fall for satan, I rebuke you in the name of Jesus Christ, Get blocked <3

  8. The truth hurts sometimes. The only PROVEN afterlife is the life of the.maggots. If you have evidence for another scenario, I am listening. Recently, I saw an interview on TV of an Anglican bishop, Question: Monsignor, do you believe in an afterlife, and if so, what is the evidence ? Reply: I dont know if there is an afterlife, nobody ever returned from the dead. But I believe in God`s love. He will take care of this. A RARE HUMBLE christian, not afraid to admit: I JUST DON`T KNOW.

    • ndzoko –
      1) “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament (the sky above) shows His handiwork.” (Psalm 19:1) “That which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath showed it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse.” (Romans 1:19-20)
      2) Every day of your life you experience the fact that you live in a moral universe. Evil actions have evil outcomes. “Be not deceived: God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” (Galatians 6:7) Why then should you imagine that this principle will not follow you into the grave, or that Pinochet or Pol Pot who died peacefully in their beds got to escape justice?
      3) Of what value are the words of some so-called bishop who accepts a salary from a Christian church, but is not himself a believer in Christ (who certainly testified that all men will experience a conscious afterlife)? (BTW – The feller was probably a Roman Catholic – there’s no such thing as an Anglican Monsignor.)

  9. “Get blocked “.. I love to be blocked. It`s an admission of defeat. Thanks for suggesting it.

  10. geared4life says