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Book coverI was blessed to open my email and receive these comments from a person who recently purchased A Glimpse of the Kingdom at a book signing:
“It was inspiring, thought-provoking, and enlightening all at the same time.  I applaud your persistence in never giving up on the vision gifted to you to research this information, I applaud your determination never leaving the ‘ifs’, ‘ands’, or ‘but’ questions hanging unsolved, and I applaud your courage having the guts to do the work needed to disseminate these unasked questions to an audience hungry to learn about our Lord, the Kingdom and how we fit in. 

“Your demeanor and teaching style says you walk by Faith and you send constant praises to the Lord no matter where you are or where you go.” 

The reader went on to say “as I was reading your book at my church one of the senior participants asked if they could borrow the book and read it.  Hopefully, the seed you nurtured while writing this documentation will strike a heart-touching moment and allow a venue of asked questions concerning our kingdom and our destiny.  I thank you for reaching out to us, individually, and empowering us with new questions to research.  Prayer for a blessed life to you and your family.”

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Book coverHere is what one person wrote upon reading A Glimpse of the Kingdom:
“By the way I enjoyed the book—I like how you thoroughly explained basic kingdom principles. The inclination at times when you go over basics is to gloss over them because you assume people know it. But I really like how you broke things down without being too technical. You wrote for the reader and not to show off your knowledge which is what I believe some writers do at times.”

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HIDDEN-IN-PLAIN-SIGHT-logoHappy New Year to you!  We at the Ekklesia of the Lord Jesus Christ hope that you enjoyed your holiday season.  One tradition that most of us are familiar with during this time is the New Year’s Resolution.  You know, those goals or objectives that we resolve to achieve during the calendar year.  While such aims are good and appropriate to us, to an eternal God that never changes, such objectives aren’t necessary.  In fact, our Lord has already given us the single-minded objective which we should be aiming for year by year, day by day, and moment by moment.  That objective is the kingdom of God.  Why don’t more people see this single objective, even though it is referred to frequently in the New Testament?

I was listening to a pastor recently on a local radio program who referenced the following passage during his message:

Acts 1:To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty days, and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God:

I pondered that passage for a moment, then reflected on another passage where the Lord Jesus was instructing His disciples before His crucifixion:

Matt. 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

What did I observe?  That Christ made the kingdom of God a top priority before His crucifixion, and it was His main focus after His resurrection.  In other words, His message didn’t change.  So why don’t more people see this truth?  It is because it is hidden in plain sight.  It is printed in Bibles for all to see, but not all will perceive the kingdom.  Consider the reason that our Lord told His disciples He taught in parables:

Matt. 13:13 Therefore speak I to them in parables: because they seeing see not; and hearing they hear not, neither do they understand.

So the kingdom has been made manifest for all to perceive; however, not all will perceive it.  It is amazing how two people can read the same words in the same Bible, yet each obtain a different understanding.  This is why it is imperative to understand another truth:  You can read all the words in a book, and never understand the story.  So instead of making a resolution for this year, make a resolution for this moment that you will do as Christ instructed and seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness.  This is the first step in a life changing process!