Good post Choewee. You said it better when you used the symbolic statement, "You are my right-hand Man". That is exactly what Christ is to God. However, I'll take a step further and show that Jesus in the flesh, was God in the flesh. God is Spirit, and Christ was God in word, and flesh....thus, the "Right Hand Man".
Sometimes I wonder when Christ stated, "For I have not found you completed in the sight of My God..." I often wondered if Christ is separate from the Father, or if He (God) spoke in a perspective that we (as humans) would understand His existence. This involves the discussion of the Trinity.
The First United Pentecostal Church believes in what's called the "Oneness of God". Thus, they believe that Jesus was merely God's Spirit in the form of flesh. One strong verse they use is how the Holy Spirit overshadowed Mary, and thus the Holy Spirit would be the Father of Christ. I tend to agree that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are not three separate entities, but One God who manifested himself in various ways. Some teach the Trinity as though each figure or entity are separate Entities that make up Triune God. That is to say, Christ has His own personality, the Father has His, and the Holy Spirit has His. However, if you understand that Christ is in us (you), who is the Holy Spirit, we recognize that the same Holy Spirit that overshadowed Mary, is the same Holy Spirit that comes into our Hearts. And the Holy Spirit is of Christ, and of God, thereby proving the UPC doctrine of Oneness.
At the same time, there's Christ who prays to the Father on the cross, when He states, "Why hast thou forsaken Me?" This would seem to indicate a relationship between Father and Son. It's all very confusing to me.
OK, I didn't mean to drift. But I was trying to show that Jesus is not literally sitting at the Father's right hand, but that He as God's right-hand Man.
Thanks for the post.