The Advancing Kingdom of God

Just a few extracts…
“Evangelical Protestantism is growing 3 times that of the world’s population rate, and twice that of Islam (Pew Research). ”

“Christianity’s growth has been by conversion. Islam, which is comparable in numbers to Christianity, has grown primarily by family-births, coercion and force; which, in the long-run cannot be sustained. Eventually, Islam’s numbers will begin to stagnate and reverse as Jesus’ gospel message of grace, mercy, and love overpowers its inferior faith system.”

There is the murderous arm of Man, and the life-giving arm of the Lord. I recommend that you put your money – and your life – on the victory of Jesus Christ, Lord of Lords, King of Kings!

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The Advancing Kingdom of God

By Peter Coker

Since the fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden, man has moved himself from the jurisdiction of God to a place of self-autonomy. In this mythical realm, mankind makes his own laws and rules apart from those of God’s divine order. Man, thus, sees himself as the ruler of his own destiny, the captain of his own future, and the definer of his own morality. Of course, this reality is based on his own imaginary perception with the help of that ingeniously crafty serpent spoken of in Genesis.

Mankind was originally created in communion with God, in paradise. God extended to man a delegated authority to have dominion over the whole earth and everything in it. But, man exploited that power and responsibility and revolted against his own creator. In much the same fashion, Satan, as a ‘spiritual being’ living in…

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