Building the Kingdom of God

The kingdom of God is not a physical building. It is living stones, born-again men, women and children, that have become children of God. They listen to the Master’s voice and they work for the kingdom of God. Jesus Christ dwells in them. They are a temple of the Holy Spirit and they themselves build the kingdom of God. They bring others to Jesus, disciples who hear His voice, who follow Him and who work for His kingdom.

We can only be part of the kingdom of God if we are born again children of God, if Jesus Christ dwells in us, if his Spirit dwells in us, and we are led by the Holy Spirit. We are called to build the kingdom of God, to multiply, to bring more souls to Jesus, to grow the kingdom of God, with souls that have been redeemed from Hell, souls that have been saved from damnation, because we have brought them to Jesus Christ. Without Jesus we can do nothing.

Without His Spirit dwelling in us we cannot bear fruit for His kingdom, but if we remain in Him, and Him in us, and we listen to His voice, and we serve Him and we bear much fruit, because Christ works in and through us to draw others unto Him. We cannot change the world. We cannot change ourselves, but we can be changed into His likeness if we submit to Him, if we yield to Him and if we go after Him with everything that is in us. Jesus will change us, and if we make ourselves available to Him He can use us to build His kingdom.

If we are not fruitful for His kingdom then we are worthless, and we will get cut off and burned. We are called to build the kingdom of God so that we ourselves will become part of that inheritance of the kingdom of God. Are we part of that kingdom of God? Are we that holy temple in which Jesus dwells and do we follow Him? Do we build His kingdom? Do we serve Him? Are we part of that kingdom of God that the world cannot see and are we building on the kingdom of God through the Spirit of Christ that works in and through us?

May Jesus bless you.

About Jan Boshoff - finalcall07

A bond servant of Jesus Christ
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