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FITC42 | What The Bible Says About People, God, and His Kingdom

FITC42 | What The Bible Says About People, God, and His Kingdom

Every great book is full of twists and turns, plots and subplots. That’s true for the Bible as well. But in today’s society, most people have not read the Bible. They may know some things about the Bible but could not tell you what it is really about. So in this message, Pastor Jonathan begins a new sermon series, The Kingdom. Discover the deep and rich mystery of God’s relationship with humanity and His passion for humanity

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Sermon Topic: What The Bible Says About People, God, and His Kingdom

Original Sermon Date: March 12, 2017

Current Sermon Series: The Kingdom

Sermon Text:

Key Notes to Remember

The primary message of Jesus was the Kingdom. There is a consensus among biblical scholars that God’s Kingdom consumed Jesus’ message. All three Synoptic Gospels contain Jesus’ central message of the Kingdom. But how does God’s Kingdom break into this world? The answer so that question is primarily through God’s relationship to His covenant people.

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Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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