KH: Introduction

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KH: The Kingdom of Heaven->KH: Introduction

Introduction

Mt 6:31 Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed?... Mt 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

What is the kingdom of God?


Pneumnemonic Hebrew for Beginners [1] was the first work based on the hermeneutic taught by the apostles, recognizing that Hebrew words derive their meaning from the metaphoric meaning of the letters within, which get their meaning from the jots and tittles; dots and strokes, which form them. See Appendix A

This is the second work which uses the method, without tedious proofs, to begin to teach the doctrine that Jesus intended. The method eliminates free-for-all allegory, and establishes doctrine in a manner where there is no longer a debate, but a collaboration of effort in studying the scripture, much like several people working together to solve crossword puzzle. See Appendix B for the rules which guide the hermeneutic.

Theological context

The premillennial concept of the kingdom presumes that it is a future condition to be fulfilled in relation to a 1000 year reign of Christ on earth. The amillenial concept of the kingdom is that it finds it's fulfillment within the church in the present time. Since there is no standard of truth using Greek tools for interpretation, the debate rages on. This work will not address the debates, but will establish the teaching based in the first century Hebrew method of interpretation as demonstrated by Jesus and the New Testament authors.

This work examines the Kingdom of Heaven and Kingdom of God in light of the hermeneutic taught by the New Testament authors.

We will examine from the formation of the words, and dive into Jesus's teaching on the kingdom, even revealing the keys to it. You will be invited to pick up the keys to the kingdom to not only enter in yourself, but to usher in others as well.

References

  1. R. C. Jones