The Gospel of the Kingdom and the Judgment of God

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There’s something we need to correct in the good news that we preach in an effort to bring many people to salvation. This does not apply to everybody preaching, but just few people who don’t have the understanding of God’s next agenda.

Jesus said to us:
_And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come. Matthew 24:14 NIV_

This a big difference between this gospel of the kingdom and the judgement of God that’s coming.

I’ve heard many people preaching on the streets telling men to repent because the judgement of God is near. That’s not the right way to preach it, what’s near now is the rapture of the Church, that’s the biggest thing in God’s calendar at the moment. Before judgement would take place, the rapture of the Church would have taken place with many other activities and events taking place on the earth. What we want now is for men to come to Christ so that when the rapture takes place, they could be out of town this world.

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We are already close to the time of the rapture, and Jesus said this gospel of the kingdom would be preached in all the world for a witness, then shall the end come. The end of what? The end of the Church age, not the end of the world, that would come later. The Church age has to come to an end first. After that, the time of great tribulation, and other things.

Before the judgement of God takes place, the world is going to go through the time of tribulation, and that alone is not something anyone should desire to witness, that’s why we want billions of people to be raptured when the trumpet sounds.

As you go about preaching the good news, preach the gospel of the kingdom of God, not the judgement that’s coming because there’s still time for the judgement, but there no much time left before the rapture takes place. Instead of saying, _”repent for the judgement of God is near,”_ say, _”the kingdom of God has come and is here right now, come into the kingdom, receive Christ and receive salvation so that you could be raptured together with His Saints when He comes to take us home.”_ That’s somehow better. What you should preach is the good news, not the impending judgement.

When John the Baptist came, he went about preaching, sayings, repent, for the kingdom of God is at hand. The kingdom is here now and what we want is for more people to come into the kingdom. So, preach the kingdom, and not judgement because those who belong to the kingdom won’t go through the judgement. 

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