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TitleRediscovering The Kingdom
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Table of Contents
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1
	Chapter 1 Principles
Chapter 2
	Chapter  2 Principles
Chapter 3
	Chapter 3 Principles
Chapter 4
	Chapter 4 Principles
Chapter 5
	Chapter 5 Principles
Chapter 6
	Chapter 6 Principles
Chapter 7
	Chapter 7 Principles
Chapter 8
	Chapter 8 Principles
Chapter 9
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• As ambassadors of Christ, we represent our
Father’s Kingdom on earth.

• We cannot be effective citizens of the Kingdom of
God and continue to think democratically.

• Right thinking always precedes right acting.

• We need to lay aside our democratic mindset and
start thinking like Kingdom citizens.

• The end will come when the gospel of the Kingdom
has been preached throughout the world.

• The specific hour of Christ’s return is in God’s
hands, but the general timing of it is in ours.

• The problem lies not with the readiness of the
harvest but with the availability of harvesters.

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• The Kingdom of God represents power.

• People everywhere are looking for the Kingdom,
even if they don’t recognize it by that name.

• As beings created in the image of God, we belong to
God, and He can claim us in a way no earthly
kingdom can.

• In matters of the spirit, God demands undivided

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26. The Kingdom Principle of Giving to a King: Giving
to a king activates the king’s obligation to demonstrate his
glory and power to the giver and to prove that he is a
greater king than all other kings. Giving to a king in his
kingdom is the acknowledgment that all things belong to
that king and the citizen is grateful. Because giving to a
king is impossible (since all things already belong to the
king), the act of giving benefits the citizen more than the
king. Thus one should never come before a king empty-

And she gave the king 120 talents of gold, large
quantities of spices, and precious stones. Never again
were so many spices brought in as those the queen of
Sheba gave to King Solomon (1 Kings 10:10).

King Solomon was greater in riches and wisdom than
all the other kings of the earth. The whole world
sought audience with Solomon to hear the wisdom
God had put in his heart. Year after year, everyone
who came brought a gift—articles of silver and gold,
robes, weapons and spices, and horses and mules (1
Kings 10:23-25).

From the above overview of kingdoms, one can see that a
kingdom is more advantageous than a republic. Therefore
it is more beneficial to be in a kingdom than a democracy
or any other form of government.

I therefore challenge you to embrace and accept the
invitation of the King, Jesus Christ, to come and renew

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your citizenship in the Kingdom of heaven by being born
into the Kingdom of God through the reception of the Holy
Spirit of the King, by accepting the provision of the
redemptive work of the King Himself. This is your
opportunity, not to join a religion or become a slave of
rituals or traditions that have no practical meaning, but
rather to migrate from the kingdom of darkness to the
Kingdom of light and renew your heavenly immigration
status on earth.

You were created to represent God and His heavenly
government through your dominion over the territory of
earth through the gift you possess. May you rediscover
your true destiny through rediscovering your place in the
Kingdom of God as His representative king-ruler over this
colony called earth. You were born to be born-again. It is
your choice and your destiny! Welcome home to your
dominion, and acknowledge Him truly as King of the
Kings and Lord of the lords.

Thy Kingdom come!

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