The Kingdom According to Jesus

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Descriptions : Church today is not always what Christ intended it to be Many attend church but ignore the larger inequalities that tear apart society both inside and outside the walls of the church building In The Kingdom According to Jesus, Gregory A Johnson revisits the Kingdom of God revealed through Jesus actions and words It is a Kingdom built on justice that is driven by faith Church today is not always what Christ intended it to be Many attend church but ignore the larger inequalities that tear apart society both inside and outside the walls of the church building In The Kingdom According to Jesus, Gregory A Johnson revisits the Kingdom of God revealed through Jesus actions and words It is a Kingdom built on justice that is driven by faith Citizens of the Kingdom are recipients of God s grace, practicing love and peace while tackling inequalities of race, gender, health, and economics with a holy passion full of Christ given life.Johnson is unabashed in his zeal to take on the problems that plague the modern church To make a dent in the inequalities that trouble our society, he demonstrates that we need to look at ministry beyond church walls To arrive at this goal, he introduces some thought provoking terminology that may be new to readers such as point of need ministry Just as Jesus ministered to people where His love was needed, point of need ministry spreads the Gospel by connecting with society s vulnerable where they are most in need It is a practice that returns the church to its first century roots in connecting with the vital needs of the teeming society around it In the book, each of the Kingdom attributes, such as love, grace, race equality, and economic equality, merits a chapter of its own By the time the reader is finished, he will have a clear understanding of what it means to be a citizen in God s Kingdom and how to model that citizenship through actively engaging in point of need ministry Unlike what some church leaders may say, the Kingdom is not just the church and it is not just built through growing church attendance Rather, God has already revealed His Kingdom through Jesus Christ, who walked the earth and revealed a divine message through holy actions and teachings In the reader s hands lies an action plan for carrying out Jesus words of Kingdom building










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