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The Coming of the Kingdom of God

"For I say unto you, I will not drink of the fruit of the vine, until the
kingdom of God shall come." Luke 22:18

Why did Jesus mean until the kingdom of God shall come?

The Kingdom of God remains in Heaven until all flesh has been
changed to spiritual bodies (either chains of darkness eternal life);
which takes place after the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Tim
4:1) and his rule on earth. (Zech 14, Rev 20:12, Psalms 132) That
is why we continue to wait in hope of our salvation for the
adoption of our spirit (Romans 8) to receive the reward that
makes us free of death. (Rev 22:12) So until death is swallowed
up in victory "conquered" (1 Cori 15), the Kingdom of God
remains uninhabited by man for which our Father God declared
that he will not be made known unto anyone until those covered
by his Son are revealed to him after the completion of Jesus
Kingdom on earth. Then shall the Kingdom of God (Father's
Kingdom) descend out of heaven on earth as written in Matthew 6
and described in Rev 21. At this time there will be no more flesh
and blood beings, only spiritual beings who are now called
Father's children mentioned as Sons of God in 1 John 3.
For more understanding to see how we are to become Sons & (Daughters)
of God see 1 John 5, Ephesians 4, and Matthew 24:13.

The topic is the Coming of the Kingdom of God, so this means that the
Kingdom of God in heaven is coming somewhere. And that somewhere is
earth. Now before we discuss this topic, which Kingdom of God are you
asking about?

Who and where is the bride? The church and if the church be the bride,
then ... "Christ is the head of the church: and he is the saviour of the body."
Ephesians 5:23 Therefore, Christ is coming for his body (bride) to build his
Kingdom on Earth.
"For the husband is the head of the wife"

There cannot be a Kingdom without a King. When Jesus returns for his bride
he shall be called King of Kings and Lord of Lords. (Revelation 19:16)

Here are some examples of the meaning Kingdom


of God.
In Luke 17:11-21, you see that the stranger was made whole by his faith.
Jesus told the pharisees "The kingdom of God cometh not with observation:"
since salvation does not come by observing the commandments but by
keeping the law we establish our faith in the Kingdom of God. (Romans 3:28-
31) God's Kingdom is built upon laws for all to obey in order to become
citizens of the Kingdom of God. (Ephesians 2:18-22)

As we see in verse 21 " ...the kingdom of God is within you" this implies to
our citizenship for access to the Kingdom of God upon the return of our Lord
& Savior Jesus Christ.
Read this parable (Luke 19:10-27).

Your spirit is like a citizenship in God's Kingdom. You earn it by abiding in the
commandments of God (John 14:10-17). Through the circumcision we submit
ourselves spiritually to God's will (Romans 15:8) being the only way (John
10:1-5) of truth to enter the Kingdom of God and without obeying his laws we
don't have a chance.

In Matthew 13:31-32, we continue to illustrate our citizenship in God's


Kingdom. In verse 31 a mustard seed is compared to the Kingdom of God.
Since we established that the Kingdom of God is built on his laws, the
mustard seed is the word of God that we deal with according to one's faith in
God (Isaiah 44:2), which is doing will of the Father. In Mark 1:15, Jesus warns
us to repent for the kingdom of God is at hand.

Why would the Kingdom of God be at hand unless there was something at
stake? In Jeremiah 2:20-22 we see how a degenerate plant came started out
as a righteous seed. However, we must endure until the end in keeping
God's commandments. As in Romans 8, we are waiting patiently for the
adoption of our spirit, having a lively hope of eternal life reserved in heaven,
shall we wait for the coming our Lord Jesus to descend from heaven with that
lively hope (reward) for all who obeyed his commandments. (Revelation
22:12-14)

In Matthew 11:11, "... he who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater


than he" Again this is based on your citizenship. When you first start to your
citizenship (circumcision of mind according to God's laws) you are learning
Gods commandments before you enter into his covenant. Before and after
his covenant, if we have no understanding of God's laws we are considered
least in the Kingdom of Heaven.

In Matthew 11:12, The Kingdom of Heaven consists of his servants doing the
will of the Father regardless of what religions say or do the Lord is bringing
his Kingdom to this earth.
"Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven." Matthw
6:10
Today we see so many religions forcefully using the word of God to advance
themselves to suit their own gains and lusts of the world through prosperity.
"..the kingdom of heaven has been forcefully advancing, and forceful men
lay hold of it." Therefore, instead of bringing the people to the truth of God's
word, Satan uses man to spread false doctrine to destroy our belief in
knowing God's laws for salvation. Which is how we enter the Kingdom of God
to receive eternal life.

Elijah has written the same truth for us to receive of what the Prophets and
the Law prophesied until John of what beholds the Kingdom of God.
The NIV version of Matthew 11:14 is a mistranslation of the Word of God, see
the KJV. 14 And if ye will receive it, this is Elias, which was for to come.

As we see in Malachi 4:5-6, Elijah did warn the people concerning the
Kingdom of God before the coming of our Lord.
5. Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great
and dreadful day of the LORD:
6. And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of
the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse.

Jesus says in John 14:15, "If you love me keep my commandments." The
royal law is just the beginning of God's commandments. God sanctifies his
true servants by obedience to all of his laws. As Israel grew knowledgeable
of the Royal Law, then came the rest of God's commandments. Before, one
can understand God's plan for man (salvation) we must obey the basic
commandments which are the first 10 commandments given to Israel from
Mt Sinai. Then through obedience shall we receive understanding of God's
Kingdom by which his laws are governed for every citizen. Thus creating
man in the image of God as this is the ultimate plan for man from the
beginning.