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Rich asks, "What is the kingdom of God?"
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Colonel Edmund J. Burke
2019-04-23 18:16:31 UTC
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What is the kingdom of God?
What is the kingdom of God? The word "kingdom" means something more
than a territory or an area of land. It literally means "sovereignty"
or "reign" and the power to "rule" and exercise authority. The
prophets announced that God would establish a kingdom not just for one
nation or people but for the whole world. The Scriptures tell us that
God's throne is in heaven and his rule is over all (Psalm 103:19). His
kingdom is bigger and more powerful than anything we can imagine
because it is universal and everlasting (Daniel 4:3). His kingdom is
full of glory, power, and splendor (Psalm 145:11-13).
This so-called Kingdom of God is, really, Never-neverland, a special place for "special" folks. Folks not always "right" in the head.
Folks scared to live life on their own, without the aid of "spiritual crutches." That's what.
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2019-04-23 18:30:39 UTC
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Post by Colonel Edmund J. Burke
What is the kingdom of God?
What is the kingdom of God? The word "kingdom" means something more
than a territory or an area of land. It literally means "sovereignty"
or "reign" and the power to "rule" and exercise authority. The
prophets announced that God would establish a kingdom not just for one
nation or people but for the whole world. The Scriptures tell us that
God's throne is in heaven and his rule is over all (Psalm 103:19). His
kingdom is bigger and more powerful than anything we can imagine
because it is universal and everlasting (Daniel 4:3). His kingdom is
full of glory, power, and splendor (Psalm 145:11-13).
This so-called Kingdom of God is, really, Never-neverland, a special
place for "special" folks.  Folks not always "right" in the head.
Folks scared to live life on their own, without the aid of "spiritual
crutches."  That's what.
and then up your bum
Colonel Edmund J. Burke
2019-04-24 16:24:57 UTC
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What is the kingdom of God?
What is the kingdom of God? The word "kingdom" means something more
than a territory or an area of land. It literally means "sovereignty"
or "reign" and the power to "rule" and exercise authority. The
prophets announced that God would establish a kingdom not just for one
nation or people but for the whole world. The Scriptures tell us that
God's throne is in heaven and his rule is over all (Psalm 103:19). His
kingdom is bigger and more powerful than anything we can imagine
because it is universal and everlasting (Daniel 4:3). His kingdom is
full of glory, power, and splendor (Psalm 145:11-13).
This so-called Kingdom of God is, really, Never-neverland, a special place for "special" folks.  Folks not always "right" in the head.
Folks scared to live life on their own, without the aid of "spiritual crutches."  That's what.
and then up your bum
pwned
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2019-04-24 18:43:18 UTC
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Post by Colonel Edmund J. Burke
What is the kingdom of God?
What is the kingdom of God? The word "kingdom" means something more
than a territory or an area of land. It literally means "sovereignty"
or "reign" and the power to "rule" and exercise authority. The
prophets announced that God would establish a kingdom not just for one
nation or people but for the whole world. The Scriptures tell us that
God's throne is in heaven and his rule is over all (Psalm 103:19). His
kingdom is bigger and more powerful than anything we can imagine
because it is universal and everlasting (Daniel 4:3). His kingdom is
full of glory, power, and splendor (Psalm 145:11-13).
This so-called Kingdom of God is, really, Never-neverland, a special
place for "special" folks.  Folks not always "right" in the head.
Folks scared to live life on their own, without the aid of "spiritual
crutches."  That's what.
and then up your bum
pwned
says the mountain view maniac
Colonel Edmund J. Burke
2019-04-25 13:35:11 UTC
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What is the kingdom of God?
What is the kingdom of God? The word "kingdom" means something more
than a territory or an area of land. It literally means "sovereignty"
or "reign" and the power to "rule" and exercise authority. The
prophets announced that God would establish a kingdom not just for one
nation or people but for the whole world. The Scriptures tell us that
God's throne is in heaven and his rule is over all (Psalm 103:19). His
kingdom is bigger and more powerful than anything we can imagine
because it is universal and everlasting (Daniel 4:3). His kingdom is
full of glory, power, and splendor (Psalm 145:11-13).
This so-called Kingdom of God is, really, Never-neverland, a special place for "special" folks.  Folks not always "right" in the head.
Folks scared to live life on their own, without the aid of "spiritual crutches."  That's what.
and then up your bum
pwned
"the mountain view maniac," the village idiot stutters.
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