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The Kingdom of God (4)


Matthew 25 is an important chapter when studying the Kingdom of God. Its important for what Jesus tells us concerning gaining entrance into the Kingdom, and just as important for what He doesn’t mention as a requirement. Take a moment to read it.

The late Keith Green performing “The Sheep And The Goats” live from Estes Park in 1978

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  1. WOW! That was powerful. Keith Green was the real deal wasn’t he.

    Be well PJ.

    • Yep, he was the real deal Cathy. Keith Green’s music and teachings had a huge impact in my early Christian life. Its been 30 years but i can still remember where i was when hearing he, along with 2 of his children, and the missionary’s on that plane, had all died. I use to think he was a man who lived before his time, because his ministry, in many ways was radical. But God doesn’t make mistakes. Yes, Keith Green was the real McCoy.

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