It is Jesus who binds us together through his death and resurrection into a unique community of people.
Those who embrace the kingdom find themselves as the recipients of the good gifts from God and mirror that generous grace with others.
We are called to be servants and not to try to be kings.
Those who have embraced the kingdom are free to live life in the moment — in the today — because their lives are grounded in their trust in the goodness and power of God.(Matthew 6.25-34; Life in the Kingdom - Part 7)
When we keep our focus solely on Christ, it brings great rewards in this life and the next.
Jesus invites us to enter into a relationship with God that is rooted in the priorities of his kingdom and grounded in the belief that God really cares for us.
Citizens of the kingdom act like citizens of the kingdom without even thinking.
God has a plan for your life: he is transforming you so that you look and live like his son, Jesus, and he's not going to stop until he hits the mark.
The kingdom values worked out in the lives of kingdom citizens produces a kingdom witness.
The covenant of Jesus runs by a different set of rules, has different values, and brings unexpected blessings.