Christianity integrates kingdom into their teachings
The teaching is said to change people’s lives and mindsets. The history of Christianity was mostly based on religious values and living a strict life. The new teachings started with Jesus, the Gospel accounts show the ministry of Jesus as falling into this pattern of sectarian preachers with devoted disciples.
According to the Gospel writers, Jesus preached for a period of one to three years when he was in his early 30s, in the early 1st century AD. The gospels give Jesus’ method of teaching as involving parables, metaphor, allegory, proverbs, and a small number of direct sermons such as the Sermon on the Mount. His ministry of teaching, healing the sick and disabled and performing various miracles culminated in his execution at the hands of the Roman authorities in Jerusalem. Shortly thereafter, a strong belief in Jesus’ bodily resurrection spread rapidly through Jerusalem, beginning with his closest disciples, which led up to the traditional Day of Pentecost. This event provoked the Apostles to embark on a number of missionary campaigns to spread the “Good News”, following the Great Commission handed down by Jesus.
This new concept of teaching can be found in almost every church in the world. Christianity has move from the old teachings and into this, the kingdom is in you teaching. People are said to be experiencing wealth and unexpected healings, could this new concept on kingdom you change Christianity forever.
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