Teachings on “Kingdom”

What Is “the Image of God”?

Genesis does not give an in-depth explanation of “image” or “likeness,” because the original readers would have been familiar with these concepts. Learning the ancient Near Eastern context with the Biblical correction is faith-inspiring.

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The Model Prayer:
Jesus Said, “Be Praying In This Manner”

We do not have to wonder what words to pray – Jesus taught us how to pray. This booklet unpacks the meaning of each phrase and models the model prayer.

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The Son of Man and the Saints of the Most High

Daniel 7 is how we understand Revelation 1 and Jesus' favorite title for Himself, "The Son of Man." Our exalted view of King Jesus will empower us to endure as faithful witnesses without fear.

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LIght Shines in the Darkness:
Scripture Interpreting the Spiritual Drama
of Genesis 1:2-3

As a supplement to The Basics and The Kingdom of God, this booklet details the Scriptures which led us to believe Genesis 1:2 records the result of judgment upon Satan and his rebellious angels when God cast them to the earth. We do not espouse the Gap Theory, but restoring the context of judgment in Genesis 1:2 restores the continuity of God’s mission from Genesis to Revelation.

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The Kingdom of God:
The Reason Christ Created Man, Became Man, and Is Coming Again

A central theme in the Scriptures is the Kingdom of God. Controversy over God’s Kingdom defines our age and the purpose of our creation. The Kingdom gives coherent meaning to Christ’s birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension, outpouring, and return.

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