MAY YOUR KINGDOM COME, LORD!

The Lord’s Prayer is a very popular aspect of the Bible. Many people learned it by heart while growing up. You can find it in Mathew 6:9-13. Verse 10 says: 

May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in Heaven.” (NLT)

This write-up shall focus on the phrase Kingdom in the Lord’s prayer. Two words, King and Domain, fused, to make it. While a king rules over a place, his domain is where his words carry the utmost weight. And when he arrives at a location, often with a part of His Kingdom, his power shows, and activities begin quickly.

God is the King in the Kingdom of Heaven. He goes around with His Kingdom! Like earthly kings, God can be invited by individuals, communities, nations, etc., for one reason or another. But He heeds peoples’ invitations only through Jesus Christ (John 14:6). 

If you invite Him into any area of your life today, as the Psalmist did, He will come with His Kingdom. Power will then manifest, and good things will begin to happen to you. For example, you will enjoy:

  1. Joy

In Acts 8:4-8, Phillip preached Jesus Christ in Samaria, and the people accepted him and took to all he said. In a way, they asked God to bring His Kingdom into their land. In the end, they enjoyed great joy

If you lack joy in your life as we speak, please, invite God to bring His Kingdom into it. He will not ignore you, and you will enjoy great joy after in Jesus’ name. Amen.

  1. Calm

In Mark 4:35-41, Jesus Christ and His disciples were in a boat on the sea. A big storm soon began, and Jesus was fast asleep. They had to wake Him up to save them. He arose and rebuked the storm. In short, God took His Kingdom into their situation through Jesus Christ, and there was a great calm soon after.

Is your life or anything about you being threatened by a ‘storm’ lately? If it is, ask God to bring His Kingdom into the picture, and there will be great calm in Jesus’ name. Amen.

  1. Salvation

Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10) was a tax collector and a crook. He knew Jesus Christ was coming to his area. So, he joined the crowd to seek Him, but his short stature hindered him. He had to climb a sycamore tree to view Him. When Jesus reached it, He looked up and asked Zacchaeus to come down. Next, He followed him home and gave him salvation. That is, Jesus took His Kingdom to his life. 

Jesus is also ready to take His Kingdom to your life and give you salvation. He wants you to be born again if you are not yet! After doing this, then you can boldly invite Him to bring His Kingdom into your troubles. He won’t say no, and you will have joy, calm, healing, protection, salvation, etc., afterward. Besides, you will make it to Heaven at the end (John 3:3), in Jesus’ name. Amen.  

Jesus is Lord!

Dr. Adedayo Stoney Adegbulu.

Medical Practitioner, Author, and Speaker.

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