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The King And His Kingdom (13 of 13)
Series: THE GLORIOUS APPEARING
This morning we want to continue looking at "The Glorious Appearing". We are still talking about the millennial kingdom. And today we want to look at "the King and His Kingdom". Some of this material is so similar that you need to understand that there are just so many Scriptures on this subject that if it seems familiar to you it is probably because there are so many Scriptures that deal with the millennial kingdom. I didn't know that when I began to study prophecy and as I continued I realized how much of the old testament prophets spoke to the restoration of Israel and the reign of Jesus to fulfill the prophecy that God had made with David., when He said that someone would reign upon His throne forever and ever in an eternal kingdom. And of course Jesus was born in the lineage of David.
We are going to go to Isaiah 11 and begin here in verse 1 and just share some Scripture from Isaiah. Isaiah speaks much about the reign of Christ. Now you know at Christmas time we remember some famous passages of Isaiah about the reign of Christ when Isaiah said that He will be great and the Son of the most High, that He will called wonderful, counselor, mighty God, everlasting Father, and prince of peace, the government will be upon His shoulders and of His kingdom there shall be no end. That is true not just at Christmas time, but it is true all the time. This is another verse that we read sometimes at Christmas time from Isaiah 11.
Isaiah 11:1-5 (NAS) "Then a shoot will spring from the stem of Jesse, And a branch from his roots will bear fruit. The Spirit of the LORD will rest on Him, The spirit of wisdom and understanding, The spirit of counsel and strength, The spirit of knowledge and the fear of the LORD. And He will delight in the fear of the LORD, And He will not judge by what His eyes see, Nor make a decision by what His ears hear; But with righteousnes ...
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