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The Key to Building the Kingdom of God on Earth

The kingdom of God on earth, or Christian civilization, will only be accomplished by the obedience of God’s people to His commands. Many people like to quote and extract from the blessings of Deuteronomy 28, forgetting to read the first sentence, and the second part which lists the consequences of disobedience. For example, the chapter starts with this: 28 “And if you faithfully obey the voice of the Lord your God, being careful to do all his commandments that I command you today, the Lord your God […]

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Taking Back Planet Earth

There are three basic aspects of God that believers are expected to reflect in this earth, including His character, holiness, and dominion on earth. As for the character of God, in general that’s reflected in the lists given of the fruits of the Spirit and the definition of love in I Cor. 13. In regard to holiness, the practical outworking is learning and obeying His commands and laws, finally, dominion is applying the character and holiness of God into all the areas of life. The implication is […]

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The Extraordinary Purpose God Has for Man in This Age – #5

In this 5th article and video of the series, we’ll look at how God’s delegating of authority to His people leads to taking dominion on earth. We of course must accept responsibility, prepare, and eventually take action, yet it all starts with God’s purpose and creating man in His image, which includes taking dominion of planet earth. As God tells Adam and Eve in Genesis: Have dominion over the earth. Psalm 115: 16 reiterates that, saying: Earth is given to the children of men. Psalm 47:7 says, […]

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The Extraordinary Purpose God Has for Man in This Age – #1

Before time there was God and only God. The implications of that are staggering for the human race, as there was nothing outside of God that existed, and even after creation, there was meant to be a harmony between God and His creation that continued to represent that reality. While God was separate from His creation because of being eternal and the creator, He nonetheless had the purpose of that creation visibly representing His invisible nature; specifically by man walking in obedience to God and having dominion […]

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