The Bible, the constitution of the Kingdom of Heaven, plainly identifies God as King and Lord of all. One of the most common Hebrew words used to refer to God in the Old Testament is Adonai; which literally means proprietor or owner. It is usually translated "Lord". The personal name of God, Yahweh, although difficult to translate with complete accuracy, carries the same idea of Master, owner or lord.
In the same way, the New Testament reveals Jesus the Christ as Lord and owner of all. The most common Greek word for Lord--Kurios--is applied to Jesus repeatedly. Kurios signifies having power. It also means one who possesses ultimate authority-- master. Everything the Old Testament says about God as Lord, the new Testament says about Jesus.
The Lordship of Jesus is also by creative rights and was a natural of His role in the natural creation of all things both seen and unseen. In essence, we do not "make" Jesus Lord; He is Lord by creative right, whether we acknowledge Him or not. Jesus Christ is King and Lord of all.