Lessons for Life
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Our King, the unchanging Person of Jesus Christ and His unchanging Word, and the unshakeable Kingdom realm of our God are the absolutes that humanity is provided for their use in addressing and in evaluating all of the relativisms on the earth.
Relativisms are beliefs that may be accurate, but their greater value is in their relationship to another reality that is absolute and that does not change. There are many relativisms. Most of the doctrines of organized religion are relative in their relationship and their impact to the Kingdom of God, which is absolute.
As the old saying goes, "You can't take it with you." If we are living in the Kingdom realm, our focus will never be to accumulate the things that we can't take with us into eternity (though we will likely have some of those things, they just won't be the focus of our pursuits). Instead we will seek above all else eternal things.
Earthly choices are asset-based and time driven. Kingdom choices are purpose-based and eternity-driven.
Our lives are lived at the nexus, the intersections where the two kingdoms come together, and we must choose continually and constantly. As long as we are in time and on this planet our having to choose will never end. Our lives are directed by our choices of action.
Merry Christmas to you and your family from the Kingdom School and Ministry team!
We are members of the ecclesia of the Firstborn. The ecclesia was a political assembly of citizens to oversee, to advise or to direct, and to have governmental influence in Greece and in Rome. As citizens we are members of the governing body of Heaven’s Zion realm.
While the Kingdom and its dispensation and its authority as a realm and a dimension of power may be new revelation or perhaps a new understanding for some, it is not new, nor is it even recent knowledge or understanding for humanity.
Happy Thanksgiving! What does the Word of God -- our Constitution -- have to say about being thankful? In this week's blog, join me for an in-depth study on the great importance of living lives of gratitude and thankfulness.
The Kingdom of our God is all-inclusive. It covers everything about humanity individually and collectively. There is nothing that is left out.
The life of Jesus on the earth was the personification of the Kingdom of God experientially. The Kingdom makes the character of Jesus possible, and able to be experienced and enjoyed by everyone who enters this Kingdom relationship. As Dr. E. Stanley Jones says, “Jesus made Christlikeness universalized for humanity.” He made it accessible and attainable for everyone.