Reblog  Romans 14-17. For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking but of righteousness peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.
if Jesus laid down his life to preach not just a gospel of the King but a “gospel of the Kingdom”, what then does this Kingdom look like? and how is this Kingdom actually good news, and not just another man-made kingdom that will come and go?
at best, the “Kingdom of God” for me was a “christianese” notion that was a vague echo in my head from passages i’ve heard in the bible (and told myself that someday i’d get around to studying) and at worst it’s a phrase whose interpretation i just blindly accept from the people who use it. the following is my attempt to study the phrase as it is found throughout scripture, trying not to rely on commentaries for the work i ought to first do myself (and please don’t just take my word for it either, but look into it for yourselves…
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