Do not be deceived, the kingdom of God is available within you (Luke 17:20-21). We carry the kingdom of God within us. The kingdom of God is not in eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit (Rom, 14:17). It is not based on science or what the eye can see. There is a power that works inside of us (Eph. 3:20).
The power house that we need to light up our future is already inside of us. It is this same power that will quicken our mortal body by His Spirit when we are weak (Rom. 8:11). We must therefore locate, activate, provoke and deploy it. This is the only way to live supernaturally and enjoy the promises of God.
As citizens of a spiritual kingdom, there is a power available to transform our lives for good, to turn a sinner to a saint, to receive healing, and have abundant life. All the power and resources to succeed in this life is available in the kingdom of God.
We must tap into the resources that God has made available to us through increase in His knowledge by the activation of the mind of Christ (1 Cor. 2:16) and the power within us, only then can we become who God wants us to be.
It is the desire of God to give His children the kingdom (Luke 12:32), but are we ready to submit to his kingdom? Are we ready to receive what God has given us? Do you hunger and thirst for the things of the kingdom? (Matt. 5:6).
What is your expectation for coming to church? The kingdom of God is not in a church. It is within you. The kingdom of God can be likened to a treasure that a man finds in a field, knowing that his life depends on it, he goes to hide it, he then sells everything he has to buy that field (Matt. 13:44).
The kingdom of God comes with all the solution and resources you will ever need (Matt 6:10). It is a treasure, because everything you need is in the kingdom. To activate and provoke the power of the kingdom that lies inside of us as citizens of the kingdom, we must not only be hearers but become doers of the word (James 1:22).
To activate this power within us, we must pay attention to the word of God. We must have a passion to study the word, for God is His word (John 1:1). The kingdom of God thrives on the understanding of the word of God, when it is exercised in righteousness, growing spiritually by submitting to the word.
We belong to a powerful kingdom (Rom. 14:17). God wants to prosper us, but He will not prosper us outside of His kingdom. The kingdom of God represents everything that God has. We must get serious with God and submit to His word, because it is His desire to give us the kingdom (Luke 12:32).
If God be for us, who can be against us? (Rom. 8:3) Get serious with God,