Are We Building the Kingdom of God, Vol. 2
- DVD - $20.00
This DVD contains the second installment of a study of the Kingdom of God that traverses the entirety of Scripture. As the study continues from Volume 1, we looked into the Word of God to ascertain the role of today's Christians in the construction of God's Kingdom. In Volume 1, we answered questions that defined the Kingdom of God. We further began a study of the Old Testament Scriptures that firmly establish the fact that God will at some point in the future establish a literal, physical kingdom on Planet Earth which will be ruled by the prophesied Messiah of Israel.
Volume 2 begins with the examination of the Old Testament prophetic Scriptures that further define the details of the Kingdom and its ruler. We will discuss the New Covenant that God will make with the House of Israel as introduced by the prophet Jeremiah. We will then conclude the study in the Old Testament with a summation that lays the groundwork for and foretells of the coming Messiah-King of Israel that will rule over the entire earth---both Jews and Gentiles.
The study will then transition to the Gospel of Matthew that presents Jesus as the King. We will learn of the bonafide offer of the Kingdom to First Century Israel, their rejection of the Kingdom, and their execution of the King. From there, we will traverse a path that reveals the mysteries of the parables into the book of Acts, and ultimately to the Book of Revelation---the book that details the Kingdom of God on Earth.
Once we complete our in depth view of the Scriptures detailing the Kingdom, we will ask the question: So what's the problem? We will begin our investigation of the misapplication of Scripture, the perverting of Scripture, and the outright redaction of the Inspired Word of God that is leading to a general gross misunderstanding of the Kingdom of God in the Church Age.
Produced by Cutting Edge Films
Run Time: Approx. 2 hours
Available in the following formats:DVD (Video):
- All Region (NTSC)
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