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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.60 (inches)|
Rediscovering the Kingdom, Expanded Edition: Ancient Hope for Our 21st Century WorldMyles MunroeDestiny Image / 2010 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Understanding Your Place in God's Kingdom: Your Original Purpose for ExistenceMyles MonroeDestiny Image / Trade Paperback$11.49 Retail:
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Discover How to Live as a Citizen of God's Unshakable Kingdom!
Are you ready to experience life on a new, supernatural level? Then it's time to take your place as a royal citizen in Gods unshakable Kingdom.
For too long, too many followers of Christ have lived beneath their Kingdom inheritance. They are saved and set-up for eternity in Heaven, yet they continue to live defeated and unfulfilling lives on Earth.
In this paradigm-shifting work by Dr. Myles Munroe, he presents the biblical blueprint for what it looks like for you to live as an empowered Kingdom citizen.
You will learn to:
The Kingdom is not just about going to Heaven one day after you die... it is about walking in the purpose and power of Heaven today while you are still living on Earth!
Blooming with BooksBloomer, WIAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Interesting readingAugust 7, 2016Blooming with BooksBloomer, WIAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4The Principle and Power of Kingdom Citizenship
By Dr. Myles Munroe
Have you ever wondered about what it means to be part of the Kingdom of God? We have lost, over the years, what Jesus meant. We have interpreted the words of Jesus through the murky lens of our western culture. Instead we need to throw out what we know and relearn the rights and duties of our kingdom citizenship. The Bible is our way to knowledge about the heavenly kingdom of which we have a claim.
Humanity's failure began with the first sin. One simple command do not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil destroyed humanities access to the only outpost (colony) of Heaven on Earth. Charged with the management of God's creation we failed, but through the sacrifice of God's Son we've been offered a second chance. A chance to reclaim our citizenship in Heaven, but we've distorted this chance.
This book offers you a guide to be sure you understand what it means to be a citizen. And you will see the importance of living every minute as an ambassador of the Kingdom. This book offers some interesting insights that you will want to explore.
I was provided a copy of this book through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.
Melissa4 Stars Out Of 5Learn something newApril 6, 2016MelissaQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book was very interesting. The author goes through a lot of history and meaning behind citizenship. Normally I get bored kind of easy with that stuff but I found it really interesting and learned a lot. This is really information we should all know but I dont think many of us take the time to understand and didnt pay attention to when in school (I know I didnt).
Even though he wasnt always talking directly about Heaven I found myself making connections and having a better understanding of what all of this means for us as Christians.
It isnt until chapter 6 that the connections really becomes clear and then the author lays it all out there for us. We really have not clue what it means to be citizens of Heaven right now, here on earth. The power we possess, the privileges of our citizenship.
I really did find this book very interesting and hope you will give it chance too and learn something new and hopefully life changing.
A copy of this book was given to my through The Book Club Network Inc. in exchange for an honest review.
Helen MAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5The Kingdom of GodJanuary 25, 2016Helen MAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The Principle and Power of Kingdom Citizenship by Myles Munroe, is a very interesting book. The author uses the different countries and the types of citizenship they have to get the point across to us that Heaven has similar responsibilities for it's people and rules to follow as well. Like earthly countries, Heaven also has a constitution, it is the Bible. The better we know what is in the bible, the better we will know what our rights and responsibilities are. The Bible tells us what we need to do to receive what is rightfully ours.
The author also points out that staying obedient to God's laws is our best way to prepare for prayer. That we often go to God in prayer after all else fails. We should go to God in prayer first and free of sin Our prayers are not answered because we plead with God, our prayers are answered because we hold up our end of the covenant with God. We all have equal standing with God, no one is better than another.
I like the authors explanation of our responsibility to remain childlike. We are to stay close to God, do what he says and trust him to take care of us. We are to be like children, quick to believe, not be influenced by status or money and trust like a child.
I like this book, I had not look at the Kingdom of God in the way the book describes it. This is not a book to be read in one sitting, it deserves be read and thought about.
I received a copy of this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.
Penny M5 Stars Out Of 5Eye Opening!January 24, 2016Penny MQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5While reading this book I became sad knowing that this would be his last book. I am grateful for the opportunity to read and review this great book. I know that I will be rectifying this by finding his other works.
This book was very intriguing. You know the feeling when you think you already know the story and find out you were wrong? Yep, that's how I felt after reading this book. Dr Munroe explains that "we have produced a religion called Christianity". He goes on to explain that God sent his son Jesus to earth to help us "establish an outpost of the Kingdom of Heaven". God has assigned us to manage earth for him because he created it. He explains that we have not done a very good job of managing. Our world is falling apart around us, war, poverty, abuse, killings when will it stop??? We need to wake up and open our eyes to what God has given us and prepare for citizenship into the Kingdom of Heaven. We can't just be "Sunday believers" like Dr Monroe states in a chapter. We need to help others.
There are two worlds that contend with each other and they are kingdoms. One is the kingdom of darkness and the other is the Kingdom of Light. Satan is the darkness and God is the Light. There are some out there that we need to be careful listening too because they are wolves in sheeps clothing. Listen to God and the scriptures he has given us and our path to citizenship will be full of love and peace.
I loved this book and how easy it was to follow. Each chapter is filled with examples, stories, and scriptures from the bible. This book has a powerful message and is well written.
I recieved this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.
Thank you and God Bless
Deana5 Stars Out Of 5Kingdom CitizenshipJanuary 15, 2016DeanaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is definitely a eye opening experience to read. I love the various illustrations the author gives about kingdoms . One thing I thought very interesting was about the "fall." He asks us what did we really lose in the "fall." I never really thought about that as bring significant to the kingdom. What didAdam and Eve fall from? They did the one thing they were told not to do. They fell from dominion and therefore Adam was no longer getting direction from God. I wonder how many of us have stopped listening to God? Who are we getting our direction from?
It is interesting to read in the book that the author said "it is a tragedy that we have produced a religion called Christianity . Jesus did not invent such a thing."' What Jesus did do though was to come to earth "to establish an outpost of the Kingdom of Heaven." I understand more clearly when God said, " let them have dominion." He assigned us to manage what He had created . As we look around we can see that we are very much lacking in the area of taking care of what He created.
The book is very thought provoking and takes you into a deeper place in His word. The illustrations the author gives us helps to visualize what the Kingdom is and how we can take back what has been assigned to us. He is very direct and doesn't sugar coat anything. I like to read a book that gives me things to think about and take me deeper into the Word. When he said, "Some need to sell their loyalty to the pastor they love so much but who isn't preaching about the Kingdom", I stopped and re read that sentence. What he is saying is we need to be careful who we are listening to and making sure we are being taught what the bible says.
There is a great story in the book about an elderly couple who won a cruise. They were not wealthy and didn't understand what they had won. They packed their small belongings and headed to their cabin. It was a beautiful and luxurious room. They sat there day after day, eating crackers and juice but never leaving the room. On the ninth day, the captain became concerned . He had not seen them leave their room, they never came to dine or go to the shows. When he went to the room, he asked them why they had not partaken in any if the things the ship offered . They said they couldn't afford it. What the captain explained must have astounded them. The tickets they had were to enjoy everything the ship had to offer free of charge. The story was very vivid in what it meant. We lack knowledge, so we don't get the full benefits of the Kingdom.
Thank you for a book that will be a benefit to me as well as others in explaining the meaning of Kingdom Citizenship. The book is well written and has very good examples by using stories from the bible and scriptures to clearly relay his message. I encourage readers to take their time reading this powerful book and looking at the Kingdom as part of our inheritance that we need to take care of.
I received a copy of this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.