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The Kingdom Has Drawn Near: Studies In The Gospel Jesus Preached

by Benjamin Miller

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The first work by Sensus Divinitatis Publishing is Pastor Ben Miller's four part exposition on the Kingdom of God: "The really exciting news on the world scene is that the kingdom of God has arrived! And as noted above, we are living in the historical unfolding of that kingdom whether we believe it or not, whether we like it or not. We are living in the historical unfolding of that kingdom today. This means that our lives are not just happening. Life is not just happening. Our lives are unfolding as one small part of God's kingdom plan. And this, in turn, means that our lives are fraught with moral significance, because at every moment we are either actively serving the King or we are actively warring against Him."

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