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When Jesus said the kingdom of heaven is within you. What did he mean?


 

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    glynch1 2 years ago

    True believers are "in Christ." So, positionally speaking, they are already in "heaven." However, only they (not every human being regardless of their relationship to Christ) are there.

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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 2 years ago

    What a difference an interpretation makes. Some have not yet grasped God's unlimited, unconditional love.


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    charlie (celafoe) 2 years ago

    that door had not yet been opened for anyone, this was under the OT not the new and to enter requires repentance and being born again and then following Christ. available only AFTER his resurrection. NO other way to enter


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    glynch1 2 years ago

    God's glory progressively left Solomon's temple during Ezekiel's time (cf. 9:3;10:4,18; 11:23). He was not dwelling in Herod's temple during Jesus' time. In addition, God did not "come out the box" if by the "box" you mean the ark of the covenant.


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