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The Kingdom Is Here Already

Notice that in our opening verse, the Lord Jesus
didn’t say, “Except a man be born again,
he cannot enter the Kingdom of God.” He said, “he
cannot see….” He’s saying, in other words, that the
Kingdom of God is here present. You can’t see it, until
you’re born again, and have the life of that Kingdom.
The Kingdom of God is the totality of God’s influence
that covers the world and heaven. It’s everywhere, but
its manifestation isn’t everywhere.
God sent Jesus to establish the Kingdom of
Heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven is that part of the
Kingdom of God headed by Jesus Christ, established
in the earth through the Gospel. You become a part
of that Kingdom when you receive Jesus as your Lord,
to be born again. When you’re born again, you start
“seeing” differently. You see what others don’t see. You
hear what others don’t hear. You know what others
don’t know, and yet you may be physically in the same
earthly location as they.
Remember, when God spoke to Jesus on the
Cross, the people said it thundered. Some said, “An
angel spoke to Him.” They didn’t understand, and yet
The Kingdom Is Here Already
Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily,
I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he
cannot see the kingdom of God (John 3:3).
we were given the meaning of the words.
So, really, “Except a man be born again, he cannot
see the kingdom of God”; he can’t hear or know it. But
when you’re born again, you have insight into divine
mysteries and secrets. When you read the Bible, you
can understand it, because the Spirit of God in you
unveils the Word to you. He makes the mysteries of
the Kingdom clear to you, for it is written, “…it is given
unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of
heaven…” (Matthew 13:11).
Prayer
Dear Father, I thank you for
bringing me into the Kingdom
of your dear Son, according to
your own mercy, by the washing
of regeneration and renewing of
the Holy Spirit. I’m grateful for
your Kingdom, which is in my
heart, and for the Holy Spirit in
me who unveils the mysteries
of the Kingdom to me, with the
ability to appropriate spiritual
realities, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
we were given the meaning of the words.
So, really, “Except a man be born again, he cannot
see the kingdom of God”; he can’t hear or know it. But
when you’re born again, you have insight into divine
mysteries and secrets. When you read the Bible, you
can understand it, because the Spirit of God in you
unveils the Word to you. He makes the mysteries of
the Kingdom clear to you, for it is written, “…it is given
unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of
heaven…” (Matthew 13:11).
Ezekiel

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