Amazing that after reading some of the other posts, some believe that the judge hasn't the right to make this decision because of separation of Church and State. Yet if the State legally acknowledged this kid as Messiah, it would be telling all State agencies as well as the public that he must be legally acknowledged to it's citizens as being Messiah.
Something a large part of the citizenry, especially Christians would not do.
As to your question, any title referring to the Lord who has the universal copyright and trademark to that title, both in heaven and on earth, it can only rightly be used to refer to Him. Such as "King of Kings and Lord of Lords", "God Almighty", "Everlasting Father", "Prince of Peace", etc. I will let you search the Scriptures for the rest if you are truly interested.
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