"Kingdom" provides a provocative new way to see the Church as taught by Jesus Christ. "Kingdom" was written to show the difference between the 'religion' of Christianity and the 'Kingdom' of Christianity.
"Kingdom" is a catalyst to provoke the body of Christ to reexamine how we see the Church. Christianity, as taught by Jesus was never intended to be a religion, but it was intended to be a Kingdom.
"Kingdom" breaks the Church down to its most basic components. There are only two Kingdoms ruling two dominions; one of light and the other of darkness. There are only two covenants; the old covenant under the law sealed with the blood of sheep and goats and the new covenant sealed with the blood of Jesus Christ. There are only two masters; the Prince of Peace or the prince of darkness.
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By Michael Bryant
May 27, 2013
"Kingdom", a book that boldly but simply brings us back to the pattern. (Ex.25:9,40} In many ways pastors or churches have tried to duplicate a program that worked or seemed to work for someone else thus repeating the same mistake of the disciples in Acts chapter one. "We will pull straws, Lord, please show us your choice." There was no place for God to say that He had chosen Paul and was actively working to fill the place of Judas. In the Lord's prayer Jesus, Himself, calls the kingdom to our attention saying, "Pray, . . . Thy kingdom come." We are each individually responsible to hear the voice of Jesus and discover first hand His plan for us and for our church. In this way the king- dom is of His building the way that pleases Him. Reverend Robert Curry, Robert Curry Ministries
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