Spiritual and moral authority. God Almighty’s Lordship. His Sovereign governance.
Jesus teaches us through His lessons and His parables that the Kingdom of God. Is entered into by only a few. His faithful, obedient and trusting followers.
Jesus shows those who are willing to learn. Christ teaches those who are eager to listen. Our Lord welcomes those whose heart is open to His Word. God’s Kingdom is a divine, heavenly and splendid domain. A place worth searching for. A home where love abides forever. A place of rest and restoration. Where Jesus is our constant companion.
God’s Kingdom is perfection and amazingly glorious. For it is the dwelling place of God Almighty. God, in the Highest abides in His Heavenly Kingdom. Welcoming all those who worship, praise and love Him, above all else.
As we read, study and learn from the Holy Word of God. Our Father, Himself reveals such wonders about His Heavenly Kingdom. Unbelievable realities. Such as:
The Kingdom of God is not coming in ways that can be observed, nor will they say, ‘Look, here it is!’ or ‘There!’ for behold, the Kingdom of God is in the midst of you. (Luke 17:20–21, ESV)
This is a marvel to mull over in your mind. “the Kingdom of God is in the midst of you.” We don’t have to wait for Christ’s Second Coming. The Kingdom of God is here, in our midst, right now.
Our Lord strengthens the connection between redemption and salvation. The tie between our faith and entering the Kingdom of God. In John 3:3–5 Jesus teaches Nicodemus. And down through the ages all who would hear.
Rebirth in the Holy Spirit is the key to entering the Kingdom of God. It follows that living in the Holy Spirit is the key to remaining in His Kingdom. (Jeffrey Mirus
Entering and Abiding in the Kingdom of God.
The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the Gospel. (Mark 1:15, NIV)
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