Jesus was never a ruler.
Jesus never governed one nation, let alone nations (plural).
T'hillim / Psalm 22:28 (27 in Christian versions) says "All the ends of the earth shall remember and return to the Lord, and all the families of the nations shall prostrate themselves before You."
Read that again.
The earth shall remember and return to the L-rd.
It says nothing about the messiah.
It says nothing about anyone being a governor of nations.
This is King David, author and subject of the psalm, speaking of people knowing G-d and praying to Him.
It is not a messianic prophecy.
One must ask again if the list maker ever expected anyone to check his claims. They are easily disproved!
Colossians 1 claims to be written by Paul (who never met Jesus). This purports to be a letter written by Paul to the Christians at Colossae. Paul is speaking of Jesus being G-d -- which is idolatry and definitely not supported by T'hillim / Psalm 22:28 or any other verse in the T'nach (Jewish bible) which tells us that G-d is one (not a trinity) and that "I HaShem do not change ." Malachai 3:6.
"Before Me no god was formed, nor will there be one after Me. I, even I, am HaShem, and besides Me there is no Savior.” Isaiah 43:11.
“I am the first and I am the last; apart from Me there is no G-d! Isaiah 44:6.
"I am HaShem, and there is no other; besides Me there is no G-d" Isaiah 45:5.
"Remember the first things of old, that I am G-d and there is no other; I am G-d and there is none like Me." Isaiah 46:9.
D'varim / Deuteronom 4:39 says loud and clear that there is no other G-d. Hashem is the only one.
"And you shall know this day and consider it in your heart, that the L-rd He is the G-d in heaven above, and upon the earth below; there is none else." D'varim / Deuteronomy 4:39.
The definite article הָֽ ('ha") in front of the word "elohim" (a title used to describe G-d, false gods, angels and even humans who are mighty / powerful judges) makes the translation "the G-d." הָֽאֱלֹ-הִ֔ים. Here is the Hebrew:
וְיָֽדַעְתָּ֣ הַיּ֗וֹם וַהֲשֵֽׁבֹתָ֘ אֶל־לְבָבֶ֒ךָ֒ כִּ֤י יְיָ֙ ה֣וּא הָֽאֱ-להִ֔ים בַּשָּׁמַ֣יִם מִמַּ֔עַל וְעַל־הָאָ֖רֶץ מִתָּ֑חַת אֵ֖ין עֽוֹד׃
Translations tend to translate this as "He is G-d", but the text acutally says "He is THE G-d." -- that is to say, "the One and Only G-D".
D'varim / Deuteronomy 4:35 (four verses earlier) is even more explicit....
אַתָּה֙ הָרְאֵ֣תָ לָדַ֔עַת כִּ֥י יְיָ֖ ה֣וּא הָֽאֱ-לֹהִ֑ים אֵ֥ין ע֖וֹד מִלְבַדּֽוֹ׃
"You have been shown these things so you should know that HaShem is the the One and Only G-D and there is no-one else apart from Him" (D'varim / Deuteronomy 4:35
Again we have The definite article הָֽ ('ha") in front of the word "elohim" / "the judge" (translated as G-d), but we also have אֵ֥ין ע֖וֹד מִלְבַדּֽוֹ׃ - no one else apart from Him.
A little math for missionaries. . . 100% + 100% + 100% does not equal 1 no matter how many Trinitarians tell you that it does!