Monthly Archives: January 2020

Son’s of the Kingdom

As Son’s of the Kingdom of God we are now ambassadors born from above and sent into this present evil age to herald the Good News of the Kingdom of God to every creature.

Mark 16:15
And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.

We have been given the same anointing as our King to carry out our mission of the Great Commission!

Luke 4:18,19
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised,
19 To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.

We may now live each day inviting others into God’s Kingdom where the power of Love and Life prevail over Hate and Death.

Christ is Lord and King!

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The Kingdom of God Transcends All

When I speak of the Kingdom of God I am not referring to any of the man-made religions of this world.

The single and most important thing one can learn about in this life is to consider Jesus Christ. He is King of the Kingdom of God and as such He reveals the Kingdom. These two are inseparable!

Christ lived His life both as the perfect example of God with us and how we should live towards others.

The King and the Kingdom of God transcends all of these religions and is both personal and social.

The Creator built His Realm into the fabric of the Universe and within each and every human being.

When Jesus separates the sheep from the goats He does so according to the content of their character and not religious affiliations.

To the sheep He says,”Come ye blessed of my Father,inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.” (Matt 25:34 KJV)

To the goats He says “Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels.” (Matt 25:41)

From His Judgement Seat Christ separates all those from the nations of the world. Those (sheep) whose character is to help the least of his disciples from those (goats) who do not have the character to help

The difference between the goats and the sheep is the difference between Light and Darkness, Love and Hate or Life and Death.These two types of people have been in existence for centuries.

Throughout the scriptures men are given the choice between Life and Death

This is why within mankind there has always been a deep desire for truth, justice and peace.

Gaining an accurate knowledge of this Kingdom opens our understanding to where one can finally find the answer to every challenge in life. This includes the challenge of sickness and death. The Kingdom of God is also our hope.

Again this concept transcends all religions and all the “ism’s” of this world.

Knowing about the King and His The Kingdom is the Creator’s ultimate provision for all of the needs of mankind.

Jesus said, “Seek ye First the Kingdom of God and His righteousness. . .”

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The Benefit’s of the Kingdom of God

The blessings of the Kingdom of God are not realized through study or investigation alone but by investigation and application.

In other words one must be willing to order their daily lives according to the values of Kingdom Living.

One must be willing to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness not just for knowledge or speculation, but for personal application.

The benefits and rewards of the kingdom are reserved for those who are willing to die to self in order to become selfless in service to others.

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The Kingdom is Present and Future

Claiming the kingdom of God is present and future to most seems like a contradiction. However, could this dual concept of a kingdom which is future and present be true?

Historic attempts to see the Kingdom of God as a future only event are mostly the product of the late nineteenth century’s rise of dispensationalism. The Gospels tell us the Kingdom is to be sought after in our daily lives. The kingdom is to be received now, today while we are still alive. Jesus told Nicodemus a man in is unable to see the kingdom of God unless the man was born from above or born again. Furthermore, unless a man be born of the spirit he was unable to enter into the kingdom of God.

Jesus said the kingdom of God is to be found among us. He also said the Kingdom of God is within you and that our first priority is to seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness.

Imposing a parenthetical “church age” into history to defer such references to an end-of-time eschatological millennium does not work, for Paul speaks of the Kingdom in the present tense. In fact Paul said in the last chapter of Acts that he was teaching the things concerning the kingdom of God.

In Acts chapter 1:3 Luke wrote that Christ spent 40 days in His resurrected body teaching His disciples “The things concerning the kingdom of God. Then throughout the book of Acts we see the records of the first century saints like Phillip in Samaria, Peter and John and the man born lame also preaching the things concerning the kingdom of God.

The book of Acts shows many accounts of the kingdom of God being preached with phenomenal results. Other passages refer to the Kingdom as a progressive, developing fact. The Lord’s Prayer petitions “Thy kingdom come.” Whereas we are told that “the kingdom of God is come” and that it is on earth and in heaven. How can something be at two places at the same time?

With God nothing is impossible.

Many of the parables regarding the Kingdom describe it in terms of the growth of a seed, a tree, or yeast that develops and grows over a period of time.
There is no denying that many references to the Kingdom are in the future as well. It is described as existing at the end of the world and after the final judgment. The angelic messenger told Mary it would have “no end” and the Epistles refer to it as “an everlasting kingdom that is “forever and ever.”


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