The promise a guarantee of something and the heir that is going to have

The Kingdom of God is to be manifested at the appearing of Jesus Christ and those whom he approves will be welcomed into it and caused to inherit it. With this in view, James’s words are in harmony:

“Hearken, my beloved brethren, Hath not God chosen the poor of this world, rich in faith and heirs of The Kingdom which He hath promised to them that love Him” (James 2v5 )

Upon this passage two reflections suggest themselves: an heir is one that is going to have, not one that is in possession; a promise is a guarantee of something that is to be and not the bestowal of a present possession. The kingdom of God is a subject of promise; according to James, therefore, it is something future.

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This year we remember that it was 2020 years ago that Jesus Christ was born. For that reason the ecclesia site of the Belgian Christadelphians or Brothers in Christ, brings a series on this special person who changed the world.

Please do find the first articles already published:

  1. 2020 years since
  2. Geneva Bible, Source text for our series on the beginning of Jesus
  3. The 1st Adam in the Hebrew Scriptures #1 Beginning of everything





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2 responses to “The promise a guarantee of something and the heir that is going to have

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