Biblical Understanding And Meaning Of The Kingdom Of Heaven Or The Kingdom Of God.

Apostle Winfree James R, Sr, / Anointed Servant, Biblical Teacher, Writer, Blogger, Publisher

One Must Be Born Again And Be Led By The Holy Ghost To Really Understand This!!!

When Jesus Himself Said, Many Are Called, But Only Few Will Be Chosen, Yes Many Are Members Of Today's Religious Churches, But Very Few Are In The Kingdom Of God Where The Rule And Reign, And Where His Chosen and Beloved People Comes First, Receiving His Kingdom Blessings, Wealth, and Benefits.

The Church Kingdom Jesus Christ Himself Birth And Built-in Acts, they repented of their sins, were baptized in Jesus Name, and received His Holy Spirit, and there is not anyone needed or lacked in the Church that Jesus founded, Not like the Religious ones of our day, leaders have all the wealth, the money, the blessings, they serve and build up the world's people and kingdoms, and they talk down on God's chosen people, telling them to look to God to meet their needs, while the very same members are meeting their needs ( the Ministers and Founders and Pastors ).

Jesus Christ taught us to pray, Our Father, which are in heaven, Hallowed be Your Name, “Your Kingdom come. Your, will be done. On earth, as it is in heaven” ( Matthew 6:10 ). This is praying for a day when God will bring heaven to earth and will bring His Rule on this planet in His chosen people. God still has a plan forHis New planet Earth, Jerusalem, and Heaven. He will Rule and Reign here in the brand new earth, and His brand new Jerusalem, and as Believers, we will Rule and Reign with Him. Yes, this is for Now and for the future Kingdom in heaven. Our Spiritual Heavenly Father's Name In The New Testament Is Jesus, 

When we pray and seek the Kingdom of God, we are also praying for the Rule and Reign of the Kingdom of God in our lives. This is when Jesus is in charge. On one occasion Jesus said, “For indeed, the Kingdom of God is within you” ( Luke 17:21 ), where He was speaking of Himself. When you are under His Lordship, and when He is in control of your life, that is the Kingdom of God. It is not rules and regulations, but “righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit” ( Romans 14:17 ).

From the coming of Jesus Christ to begin the Kingdom, through the whole story of redemptive history and the Church, we see a clear picture of the Gospel. This "kingdom of God" is mentioned in Scriptures several different ways throughout the Old and New Testaments: Matthew 6:33, Mark 1:14-15, and Luke 4:43 all refer to the “Kingdom and Rule of Christ Jesus.

Matthew 13:41 and 20:21 refer to the “Kingdom of Christ and God” Ephesians 5:5 refers to the “kingdom of David”Mark 11:10 refers to “the Kingdom”Matthew 3:2, 4:17, 8: 12, 13:14 and 13:29 Refer to the “Kingdom of heaven”

Even though the exact wording differs between Christ, God, and heaven, all Scriptures are saying and meaning the same concept with different aspects. Here are some biblical meanings that the Kingdom of God. There will Not be Divided  in heaven or a Divided people of Any Kind, All will be One in Every Nation of people, So if you are a Hater or Respecter of person here on earth, look for hell as your new home, and if you did not share with your brothers and sisters first here on earth, you will have to answer to God.


 The Rule of Jesus Christ on earth, And blessing, And advantages that flow from living under Christ’s Rule, And subjects of His Kingdom, Church

Our Blessed Savior and King, help all those who came to Him and met their needs, Amen, So All of you Preachers and well to do Members, Do Likewise!!!. 


Just how important was the understanding and of the Kingdom of God? John the Baptist used it often as he called for “Repent, for the Kingdom of God is near” ( Matthew 3:2 ). Jesus Christ Himself not only said “the Kingdom of God is near. Repent and Believe the New Covenant Gospel” ( Matthew 4:17 ) but He also used it when teaching His disciples how to pray “Your Kingdom come” ( Matthew 6:10 ) , in the Beatitudes “theirs is the Kingdom of heaven” ( Matthew 5:3 and 10 ), and at the Last Supper “I will not drink again of the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it anew in the Kingdom of God” ( Mark 14:25 ). 

Why Does Matthew use “The Kingdom of Heaven” instead of “Kingdom of God”?

Throughout the Gospel of Matthew, we see Matthew using the phrase “Kingdom of heaven” when referring to the announcement of the Rule of Jesus Christ and the good news of His Reign. He does this out of sensitivity to the Jews who avoid mentioning the sacred name of God. The doctrine is the same and there is no different view or meaning of the kingdom of God versus heaven, Matthew is simply using an indirect phrase that respects the reader. 

A verse every Christ Believer should commit to memory is Matthew 6:33: “But seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” No Need or Lack where His Kingdom lives.

 “This, then, is how you should pray: “‘Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your Name, Your Kingdom come, Your Will be Done, on earth as it is in Heaven.  Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. "

Matthew 6:9-13

In what is commonly referred to as the “Lord’s Prayer”, we are taught to pray not only for God’s will to take control of our lives but also that the saving Gospel would spread throughout the earth. We have become a part of God’s kingdom when we accept the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and Repent. We are then called to be witnesses of Jesus, to tell others about Him and that we would remain Surrendered to His will for our lives. 

Praying for God's Kingdom should be our focus as a Christ Believers and His Followers, for a fruitful life and for Jesus to be made known across the Nations. Where we are the head and Not the tail, Where we are on Top and Not the bottom, Where we are the ones leading, and Not the ones begging or the one in need or lack. Look at Heaven and then look at the fellowship, the Churches you are a Member of and give your money, time and your lives at, does it look just like heaven itself, If not change it or leave them. I have so much more to share, in the days coming.

We Are Leading One And All, To The One Lord, One Savior One Faith, One Baptism, One Spirit, One Hope, One Bishop, and Pastor, One King of His Kingdom, One Biblical Church, One God, Who Is The Father Of us, All.

God Loves His Cheerful Givers, Be One!!!