This post is based on Appendix 3 of the Rev Bible https://www.revisedenglishversion.com/append/3 as it summarises the main scriptures and points that support a future physical Kingdom on earth that ruled by Jesus as His Father as given him all power and authority on earth. Every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus … Continue reading Jesus Christ Will Govern from Jerusalem
Category: Gospel of the Kingdom
Kingdom of God Now or in the Future?
by Carlos Xavier Despite the overwhelming biblical evidence that “the Kingdom of God” primarily means the future restoration of the world when Jesus will rule from Jerusalem, some continue to teach otherwise. This article will explain some of the NT texts popularly used to teach “Kingdom now” and Dominion theology. 1. What is “Kingdom Now”? … Continue reading Kingdom of God Now or in the Future?
The Christian’s Destiny — Rulership with Jesus in the Coming World Government
Author:- Sir Anthony Buzzard http://www.focusonthekingdom.org Few students of Christianity seem to be aware that believers in Jesus are destined for government office. An extraordinary conspiracy of silence hides from churchgoers the very point and purpose of the Christian life. Yet the biblical writers knew very well what was involved in discipleship. Our New Testament documents … Continue reading The Christian’s Destiny — Rulership with Jesus in the Coming World Government
The Amazing Shift Away from Jesus in the Popular Gospel
Author:- Sir Anthony Buzzard http://www.focusonthekingdom.org "Jesus came to do three days work" —Billy Graham Protestants have inherited a Gospel from their Protestant heritage. The question is, does this Protestant Gospel do justice to the Bible’s and particularly Jesus’ definition of the Gospel? Jesus was the initial preacher of the saving Gospel: “How then can we … Continue reading The Amazing Shift Away from Jesus in the Popular Gospel
Why does Matthew use “the Kingdom of Heaven”?
If we were to look for one single theme that seems to be the most central and most important theme of the entire gospel of Matthew, it would be the theme of the coming of the kingdom. We see in the first instance that the term gospel refers to the gospel of the kingdom — … Continue reading Why does Matthew use “the Kingdom of Heaven”?
The Abrahamic Covenant In the Both Testaments
Copyright © Tim Warner After the flood, when mankind once again turned away from God to worship idols, God chose one man through which He would bring about His entire plan or redemption and restoration. That man was Abraham. God spoke to Abraham several times. The first was a promise to inherit a "promised land" … Continue reading The Abrahamic Covenant In the Both Testaments
The Kingdom Hope in the Parables of Jesus
Copyright © Tim Warner The Nature and Purpose of Parables The Gospels contain several Kingdom parables. But, before we address the meanings of these parables, we need to first look at parables in general. Matthew 13:34-3534 All these things Jesus spoke to the multitude in parables; and without a parable He did not speak to … Continue reading The Kingdom Hope in the Parables of Jesus
The Coming Kingdom in the Gospels
Copyright © Tim Warner The Kingdom in the Birth Narratives The first event featured in the New Testament was the birth of Jesus Christ. Interwoven into the birth narratives, in Matthew and Luke, references to Christ's coming Kingdom abound. There is more emphasis on the fact that Jesus, as the Messiah, would rule as King, … Continue reading The Coming Kingdom in the Gospels
The Kingdom Hope – In the Old Testament
Copyright © Tim Warner The Ancient Hope of the SaintsThe coming of the physical Kingdom of God to earth was the universal hope of the saints since the beginning, even before Israel was a nation. Even the oldest book in the Bible speaks of this hope. Job, who even predated Abraham, expected to be raised … Continue reading The Kingdom Hope – In the Old Testament