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The Kingdom is a Theistic Kingdom—it is of God not man; it is the rule and reign of God; He is King now and He will become King: Isa. 24:23; 33:22; 52:7; Zeph. 3:15; Zech. 14:9.

The Kingdom is supernatural, established by God not man; it is what He does not what man designs and builds (Jo. 18:33-37; Rev. 19-20).

The Kingdom is predicted in the Old Testament (Heb. 1:8-9).

The Kingdom unites the Old and New Testaments.

The Kingdom is associated with Christ, referring to its Messianic character.

The Church is the manifestation of the Kingdom, that is, the Church constitutes the people of the Kingdom.

The Kingdom is growing.

The Kingdom is both spiritual and material.

The Kingdom is past, present, and future.

The Kingdom is both soteriological and eschatological.

The Kingdom is guaranteed by the Cross and is to be fully realized at the Second Coming.

The Kingdom is the rule and reign of God; the Church is the fellowship of people who accept the rule and reign of God.

The Kingdom requires personal preparation in order to be a part of the Kingdom.

Your kingdom come.
Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
Matt. 6:10

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