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28. June 2013 08:21
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His unshakable Kingdom

28. June 2013 08:21 by don | 0 Comments

A king without a kingdom is a half truth.  jesus must be preached along with His kingdom.  

The purpose of setting up a kingdom was so the king(Jesus) could rule in men’s and women’s hearts to bring peace.  He is the prince of peace, the king of peace.  His kingdom is about righteousness PEACE AND joy in the Holy Spirit.  His Kingdom will not be shaken but every other kingdom that can be shaken will be shaken.  The kingdom of this world are being shaken even as you read this.  But His kingdom will never be shaken. 

 25-27 So don’t turn a deaf ear to these gracious words. If those who ignored earthly warnings didn’t get away with it, what will happen to us if we turn our backs on heavenly warnings? His voice that time shook the earth to its foundations; this time—he’s told us this quite plainly—he’ll also rock the heavens: “One last shaking, from top to bottom, stem to stern.” The phrase “one last shaking” means a thorough housecleaning, getting rid of all the historical and religious junk so that the unshakable essentials stand clear and uncluttered.

 28-29 Do you see what we’ve got? An unshakable kingdom! And do you see how thankful we must be? Not only thankful, but brimming with worship, deeply reverent before God. For God is not an indifferent bystander. He’s actively cleaning house, torching all that needs to burn, and he won’t quit until it’s all cleansed. God himself is Fire!

24. June 2013 14:46
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Evangelism

24. June 2013 14:46 by don | 0 Comments

In 2 Timothy 4:5 The apostle Paul was writing his spiritual son in the faith, who was a pastor of a church.  He wrote, 'do the work of an evangelist'.  I have two questions I would like you to think about and then answer in my blog.  

1.  Why would Paul tell Timothy to 'do the work of an evangelist'.

2.  What do you suppose was Paul's purpose in telling Paul this.

23. June 2013 05:56
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Kingdom of God

23. June 2013 05:56 by don | 0 Comments

matthew 4:23   ‘he went out preaching the gospel of the kingdom.  Jesus used this phrase ‘the kingdom of god’ over 100 times

gospel is the adjective, describes the noun

the noun is the kingdom of god

JESUS PREACHED THE IMPORTANT............. THE KINGDOM OF GOD

LK 4:43 I MUST PREACH THE KINGDOM OF GOD FOR THIS IS WHAT I WAS SENT TO DO.....THIS WAS JESUS LIFE PURPOSE

AFTER HIS RESSUR. HE...Acts 1:3-9 After his suffering, he showed himself to these men and gave many convincing proofs that he was alive. He appeared to them over a period of forty days and spoke about the kingdom of God

THE GREATEST LOSS TO THE CHURCH TODAY IS THE LOST MESSAGE OF THE KINGDOM OF GOD

18. June 2013 07:20
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Something funny

18. June 2013 07:20 by don | 0 Comments

Something funny we heard about a missionary to the Maasai.  As the missionary was preaching to the Maasai who had never heard the Gospel or of Jesus, He kept saying, 'the bible says',  'the bible says'.  Finally a Maasai leader stood up and said, 'listen, we have never met this man called bible, but don't you have anything to say'.  

11. June 2013 09:01
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Kingdom of God/Government of God

11. June 2013 09:01 by don | 0 Comments

So what was the kingdom Jesus taught so much about? The Greek word “basileia” is translated “kingdom” in English. Jesus spoke of the kingdom (basileia) over one hundred times in the Gospels. 

Ern Baxter, one of the wonderful men of God who began to hear the gospel of the kingdom in the 1980s, said he had trouble with the word “kingdom.” He asked God for another word to replace kingdom and heard the word, “government.” A kingdom is a government ruled by a sovereign. Perhaps it will help us to think of the kingdom of God as “the government of God.” 

Most of Jesus’ teachings were aimed at explaining the kingdom (government) of God, how it works and how to enter it. The thread or general theme of the kingdom of God runs through all the teachings of Jesus and much of the rest of the Bible. But the Holy Spirit, speaking through Paul in Romans 14:17, gives us perhaps the most clear, concise, spiritual definition of the kingdom of God. 

6. June 2013 05:16
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What is the Kingdom of God?

6. June 2013 05:16 by don | 0 Comments

WHAT IS THE KINGDOM OF GOD?

The phrases "kingdom of God" and "kingdom of heaven" mean exactly the same thing and are used interchangeably in Scripture. People have different thoughts about the kingdom of God. Some see it as a generic term for anything relating to God. Much the same as one might say “the animal kingdom" when referring to everything about animals. Others relate kingdom to heaven someday. Some think of the kingdom negatively as a human attempt to impose religious rule over other people. Others think of it as a means for men to gain personal wealth and self-gratification. Some others think of cults or false extremist sects when they hear the words “kingdom of God.” The enemy desires that doubts and confusion would enter our minds when we hear the word “kingdom,” because he greatly fears the kingdom of God coming forth in God’s people. The enemy knows that, when the kingdom matures in God's people his inordinate rule on earth is completely over.