Take the Kingdom of God with You – Luke 10:8-9

Take the Kingdom of God with You

What does it mean that the kingdom of God has come near? Jesus sent out his disciples and he tells them to preach and heal. If they were accepted they were to say the kingdom of God has come near. And if they were not welcomed they were to say the same thing. When you go to work, do you take the kingdom of God with you? How can you do that? A kingdom is where the king rules. If you obey Jesus, the kingdom is with you. You take it to work. Go to work and live your eternal life, obeying God and others will see the kingdom of God.

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