The title “Christ”, which represents a “savior”, “leader”, “Messiah” and in extension a type of “god”, was the title originally added to the name of Yeshua (Jesus). The need for a more celestial honor was then suggested, which He earned by proving Himself a remarkable being ,and on top of it, a fully devoted shepherd and divine spiritual leader.
In addition, the title Kyrios being adopted was also common, seeing that earthly persons and sovereign of the state were also attributed to the earning of that title. It was so, because a king in his domain would be looked upon as a Kyrios (lord) as well. Such kings as with the Caesar and the Pharaoh were praised as a supreme above all other deities.