Is the work of organized religion the Kingdom of God on earth today?
How does the Bible describe the Kingdom of God, and when did God begin revealing information about His Kingdom to mankind?
Trust in God is the result of a choice. God's way of life was not the only choice our first parents faced.
God denied access to the tree of life to Adam and Eve and their descendants until the promised Seed, the Messiah, would appear and redeem them and permanently reconcile them to God.
God began a process that would bring blessings to every inhabitant of earth. Through Abraham and his descendants, God would begin a temporary physical kingdom, the nation of Israel.
We learn of a direct relationship between the dynasty of kings God promised would descend from Abraham and David and the Kingdom of God preached by Jesus Christ.
Daniel was not only able to describe the King Nebuchadnezzar's dream but to explain its prophetic meaning.
Was the birth of a messianic King revealed through the prophets? Will Jesus, the Messiah, rule over a literal, physical kingdom? Did Jesus acknowledge He was born to be a king? Discover the answers to these questions!
From the beginning of Christ's earthly ministry, He focused on the Kingdom of God.
To enter into and share in the Kingdom of God is consistently given as the ultimate goal of believers in Christ.
Satan deceives mankind by counterfeiting and corrupting the teachings of God.
Will a miraculous, unprecedented event accompany Christ's return? Will people brought up in this resurrection rule with Christ in His Kingdom? Discover answers to these questions and more!
The theme of many of Christ's parables is God's Kingdom.
Did Jesus expect everyone to understand His parables about the Kingdom of God?
From the beginning God has shown His desire to build an eternal relationship with the human race. The gospel includes three aspects of His plan to build this spiritual relationship. All center on Jesus Christ.
God's message to mankind is eternal and consistent. He has always emphasized the importance of our having a relationship with Him as our Creator.
Our world is dominated by the great deceiver, Satan the devil. Jesus Christ came bearing the good news, the gospel, of the Kingdom of God.
These questions are intended as a study aid, to spur further thought on the concepts discussed in this lesson and to help you apply them on a personal level.