We must now consider such things as belong to Christ in relation to the Father.
Some of these things are predicated of Him because of His relation to the Father, e. g. that He was subject to Him, that He prayed to Him, that He ministered, to Him by priesthood.
And some are predicated, or may be predicated, of Him because of the Father's relation to Him, e. g. that the Father adopted Him and that He predestined Him.
Hence we must consider (1) Christ's subjection to the Father; (2) His prayer; (3) His priesthood; (4) Adoption -- whether it is becoming to Him; (5) His predestination.
Under the first head there are two points of inquiry:
A Whether Christ is subject to the Father?
A Whether He is subject to Himself?