The nature of the Kingdom
- 2 hours on-demand video
- 10 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- The qualities of the Kingdom
- How the Kingdom has manifested on Earth
- How Jesus is King of the kingdom
- The spiritual nature of the Kingdom
- How string theory and a multi-dimensional universe can help us understand the spiritual realms
- How spirit, soul and body engage in the spiritual realms
- How we "touch the surface" of the spiritual realms
- The four dimensions of spiritual devotion
- Understanding the unseen realms through the seen realms
- How religion prevents us entering the kingdom
- There are no pre-requisites for this course
- However, it is a companion course to our courses on "The keys to the kingdom" and "The heavenly realms"
This course covers key aspects of the nature of the Kingdom of Heaven. It's major focus in to help you to understand and engage with the spiritual nature of the Kingdom. This course draws on the understanding that our universe exists in at least 11 dimensions. The spiritual realms are real and surround us. They exist in dimensions that the natural man cannot perceive. Understanding and living by the wisdom of the Scriptures about the spiritual realms becomes a whole lot simpler and clearer when we understand that heaven is actually all around us, in unseen dimensions. We need to be engaged in four dimensions of devotion that include spirit, soul and body to access these spiritual realms. It includes Jesus's role in the kingdom, how religion distracts people from the kingdom and how we can also understand more of the unseen realm by observing what has been brought from Heaven into the seen realm
- People who want an understanding of the nature of the kingdom to more fully engage with it
This session asks you to examine what you really know about the kingdom of Heaven. Most people are unfamiliar with how kingdoms work, so it gives definitions and concepts of a kingdom. It gives examples of how the kingdom has come to Earth. It introduces our role in the Kingdom. It also gives an example of a process by which you can learn about the kingdom through experience.
This session outlines how The King and the Kingdom are inseparable. Jesus is the King of the Kingdom and has authority and rule in the Kingdom. It talks about Jesus also being the door to the Kingdom and how world religions need to account for Jesus. It reminds us that Jesus' message was a message of the Kingdom and this message was good news. It talks about the message of the New Testament disciples also being a message about Jesus and the Kingdom
This session explains the essential nature of the Kingdom. Jesus told a parable that when we truly find the Kingdom, we would be prepared to sell all our possessions for it. This session talks about the these properties of the Kingdom. That the kingdom is glorious, is full of peace and joy, full of abundance and power, life and love.
This session explains the spiritual nature of the Kingdom. It explains the difference between the natural man and the spiritual man and how the spiritual man is designed for the spiritual realms. It talks about the different spiritual faculties that the spirit man has. It also covers how God brings the unseen into the seen and how we can also do that through our faith.
This session talks the difference between the truth of the Scriptures and our interpretation of the truth. It communicates our need to re-evaluate our interpretation of the truth. It covers two main reasons why people do not re-evaluate their interpretation. It looks at how String theory requires a multi-dimensional universe and how this can help us to understand what the Scripture says about the spiritual realms. It looks at how dimensionality can explain appearances and disappearances from the spiritual realms.
This session builds on the dimensional view of reality introduced in the previous session. Living in a natural reality of lesser dimensions means, according to Acts 17, we "touch the surface" of the spiritual realms. This session covers how we interpret the spiritual realms by what we can sense at the interface of the spiritual and natural realms. This session also describes how our spirit, soul and body are involved in our spiritual life.
Connecting with the spiritual realm means we need to access the unseen spiritual dimensions. Jesus said in John chapter 3 that we need to be both "born again" (enlightened) and "born of the water and the Spirit" (purified and transformed). This session covers the four dimensions of devotion that we should enlightened, purified and transformed in to access the spiritual realms. It also covers how we can develop in these four dimensions.
This session covers how we can also understand the unseen, spiritual world through the seen, natural world. Creation, man, the garden of Eden, the tabernacle and Jesus were all realities in the seen world from the unseen world. The New Jerusalem which is currently in the third Heaven will also descend to Earth. These things are copies and shadows of Heaven that have come to Earth and we can learn about aspects of the spiritual realms by observing and understanding them.
This session looks at how every person is religious. That is, they have their own set of beliefs that determine their moral, social, and ritualistic behaviour. All religions fail in their attempt to replica the Kingdom of Heaven. Religion stops us and others entering the Kingdom. We look at four religious attitudes that the disciples were beginning to show and which Jesus rebuked. We contrast the religious and kingdom attitudes in these situations.