Jesus gives us the kingdomview. As we adopt and apply it, He establishes us in kingdom relationships that fulfill our deepest longings to be useful and productive in the noble things of eternal importance in our day-to-day lives.
I write to inspire and encourage believers by showing how we live as working parts of the body of Christ in the kingdom in day-to-day life. We can all get to know God better, grow up, and follow Messiah Jesus as our Lord and King as citizen priests in the kingdom.
Rather than “getting saved” and just hanging on until we die, we come to “God’s throne of grace to get mercy and find love to help us when we need it” (Hebrews 4:14-16) — today.
We look to the future when God and the Lamb upon the Throne will dwell with us on His renewed earth in the kingdom to come (Revelation 21).
God brings us into His kingdom by rescuing us from the tyranny of darkness and making us new creatures, created in Christ Jesus to be to His glory.
The Holy Spirit reveals Jesus as Savior and King, opens our hearts to the Word, pours God’s love into our hearts and helps us see, walk and work in the kingdom Jesus inaugurated while on earth and rules over from the Jerusalem above.
Kingdom relationships fulfill us. They are exemplified in family relationships and motivate us to love one another. God in Christ shares His life with us so we can share it with God, one another, the hurting, and God’s creation. By His power, He will help us do every good thing we decide to do and every work of faith.
May our God make you worthy of His calling
and by His power accomplish every good thing you decide to do and every work of faith,
so as to glorify the name of our Lord Jesus among you, and you in Him,
according to the grace of our God and the Lord Jesus Christ. From 2 Th 1:11-12