If the mystery of God refers to His kingdom, the next step is to understand the Kingdom of God. 13:11. Why is it a mystery at all? When a mystery of the Kingdom of God is revealed, it’s no longer a mystery. Obviously you can see the potential for edification as we explore the meaning of all these secrets that have now been made available for all of us who believe, and I hope that this lesson will encourage you to search the benefits of knowing the revelation of these mysteries. We see those very conditions today. Paul’s mystery message of Jesus’ cross was to be revealed to the whole world! Prophecy and its fulfillment under the Messiah have primary reference to God's sovereignly-chosen people, Israel. Herbert W. Armstrong described God’s Kingdom in detail in the seventh and final chapter of his greatest book, Mystery of the Ages: Mystery of the Kingdom of God. Kingdom of God, then, could have its meaning in any one of its three aspects when mentioned in Scripture. Jesus is telling us how we can obtain the promise of that kingdom in the scriptures. He claimed to be the Messiah, the Son of God, who would restore Israel and cause them to triumph over their enemies. On today’s program, we examine the seventh and final mystery discussed in Herbert W. Armstrong’s book Mystery of the Ages —the mystery of the Kingdom of God. 13:2. What Jesus proclaimed about the Kingdom of God was straight out of the Hebrew Scriptures. And in many Bibles you will see a Hebrew letter heading the eight verses that correspond to that letter in Psalm 119. It applies to all Christians—both Jews and Gentiles. The mystery of the kingdom of God by Albert Schweitzer, 1914, Dodd, Mead edition, Microform in English Let us look at the mystery of godliness again. If the mystery of God refers to His kingdom, the next step is to understand the Kingdom of God. The Kingdom of God is the realm where God reigns supreme, and Jesus Christ is King. AND THE TITLE OF OUR MESSAGE IS, WHAT IS THE MYSTERY OF THE KINGDOM OF GOD? Now that you know what the Kingdom of God is, you need to understand how to follow Jesus’ command to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness (Matthew 6:33). The kingdom of God is not going to appear immediately, and yet repeatedly, Jesus says, “The kingdom is at hand. In Mark 4:15 , Jesus reveals that the parable about the sower and the word is about four different heart conditions. Kingdom of God, then, could have its meaning in any one of its three aspects when mentioned in Scripture. Word of God as God has given it are his. "The Mystery of the Kingdom" Some notes on concepts from G.E. The kingdom of God was one of Jesus’ most talked about topics, but it’s hardly a well-grasped concept for believers today. They are now keys of the Kingdom of God, and when declared through your mouth in faith, these mysteries of the Kingdom unlock great blessings for ages and generations. One can only become born again by been born of the Spirit of God, so that no one who is not born again is able to understand the mysteries or hidden truths without having the Holy Spirit reveal it to them. It is in Christ that God has been manifested to all of mankind. Herbert W. Armstrong described God’s Kingdom in detail in the seventh and final chapter of his greatest book, Mystery of the Ages: Mystery of the Kingdom of God. 2:14-16) Unless a person has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ they will consider the talk about the kingdom of God … The Mystery of the Kingdom of God is an important theological work. The Hebrew letter TSADDE which is the equivalent of our letter R, in the Hebrew alphabet stands for righteousness, that is why verse 137 begins with the words, Righteous are You, O Lord, but if you look at the following words, And upright, it reveals the final form of the letter where the man praying to God is now standing in the upright position. So how do we attain the spiritual revelation that will enable us to do the right things that we should be doing? - To know the mystery.The Greek verb γνῶναι, to know, is not found in the best manuscripts, in which the words are (ὑμῖν τὸ μυστὴριον δέδοται), unto you is given the mystery of the kingdom of God.