To Know and to Be Known in the Kingdom: The Now Kingdom

AuthorHouse, 2009 - 280 pagina's
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There are two major themes throughout the book. The first major theme involves the dual nature of the Kingdom being both "here and now" and "yet to come", but with the focus being on the "here and now" aspect and learning to live everyday life in it. The second major theme involves knowing and being known in Christ's Kingdom. Another significant focus is on all relationships, starting with our personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and then all other relationships with all people in our daily lives. Strong comparisons and some examples attack the principles and practices of "Religion", as true Christianity is shown by our personal relationship with Jesus Christ. This book is about "Relationship-vs-Religion." This book is full of controversy as it actually faces and deals with real problems, issues, and lies instead of avoiding them. This book provides teaching on how to have better, stronger, and healthier relationships with all people from all walks of life. This book is very exciting because of it's unique and aggressive attacks on institutionalized systems of religions and religious Churches and people. The approach and writing style is so Non-Traditional and Non-Religious that it stands alone, separate and unique, like no other Christian book has ever been written. This book reveals many secrets of the Kingdom, exposes many lies and false doctrines, and upholds the truth of Christ, His WORD, and His Kingdom, and supports the common people of the world. With the many problems and issues we face in our world today, this book addresses many of them and provides possible solutions to help and improve on them. This book draws from personal life experience and exposes our human inadequacies and faults, while demonstrating the Non-failing awesomeness of an all-powerful, all-knowing God.

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