|Gospel of the Kingdom: Introduction||Resurrection: First Importance|
|Overview Chart of the Ages||Dying to the Resurrection Series|
|You Have Heard It Said . . . But I Say||Jesus Christ, Our High Priest Series|
|Seize the Kingdom||Important Resources|
God inaugurated the greatness of the Kingdom in an unexpected humble manner. It came by way of a baby’s birth in an insignificant nation, and in the even more inconsequential city of Bethlehem. It came by way of a meek Galilean man without any earthly credentials; who went throughout the cities of Palestine, preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom and delivering God’s people from their bondage to sin and satanic powers, all the while not having a home to call His own. Yea, it came by way of Christ Jesus, the sinless One who taught above all else to seek God's Kingdom and His righteousness.
Title: Overview Chart of the Ages
Author: William Ramey
Link: Overview Chart (PDF)
A panoramic overview of the "present age" and "the age to come is the chart's focus. Both past and prophetic elements are brought to bear on history's central focus of Christ's parousia and the Kingdom's apocalyptic revelation.
Jesus Christ proclaims in the Sermon on the Mount to His disciples that their righteousness needs to exceed that of the Scribes and Pharisees to enter the Kingdom of the heavens. In contrast to what the disciples had "heard" from their religious leaders (in context, the Scribes and Pharisees), what Jesus "said" in the Sermon is the righteous standard required to enter the Kingdom. The righteous are those who are on the narrow path that leads to life, whereas God's unrighteous people are on the broad path that leads to destruction. In this audio recording, Tony Stinson proclaims the good news that by repenting of sin, God's people can become righteous through the power of God and be found on the narrow way that leads to life.
The Kingdom of God is the central theme of the Scriptures. John the Baptist announced that the promised Messiah, Jesus Christ, and that the prophesied Kingdom had come near. Jesus Christ inaugurated the Kingdom when he began his public ministry, and along with John the Baptist, called the people of God to prepare for the Kingdom through repentance. Though this Kingdom has begun in an unexpected manner, it is the same Kingdom that will one day be manifested in great power and glory upon the return of Jesus Christ. In this audio recording, Tony Stinson challenges those who understand the mysteries of the Kingdom to seize the Kingdom with great zeal and determination, by bearing fruit in keeping with repentance.
Apostle Paul proclaimed to the Corinthians what was first importance concerning the Gospel. Jesus has not been raised, nor will His people be raised IF resurrection is a hoax. The resurrection is the most critical element of the Gospel; for there is not any other alternative other than resurrection after death according to the Scriptures. Those who belong to Christ have a great hope, because Jesus did rise from the dead, and they who belong to Him will also be raised.