Will You Come to the
Mountain?
“This was
according to the
eternal purpose”
“the manifold wisdom
of God might be made
 known to the rulers
   and authorities”
“The
 time is fulfilled, and
the kingdom of God is
       at hand”
All
Nations
All     Law &
Nations   Word
Babylon


Medo-persia



Greece
              Kingdoms!
Rome
Kingdom




          In days of those kings
Babylon


Medo-persia



Greece
              Kingdoms!
Rome
Kingdom




      Shall never be destroyed
Kingdom




     Nor left to another people
Kingdom




          Stand forever
Kingdom
“royal power, kingship,
dominion, rule”
“not to be confused
with an actual kingdom
but rather the
right or authori...
Kingdom
“is primarily an abstract noun,
denoting ‘sovereignty, royal power,
dominion’
“then, by metonymy, a
concrete noun,...
What was established
   on the day of
    Pentecost?
Jesus...
  30) “on His throne”
  33) “exalted”

  36) “God has made Him
    both Lord and Christ”
“confess with your
   mouth that
  Jesus is Lord”
           —Romans 10.9
Jesus is the KING!
“in the name of
 Jesus Christ”
Jesus is the KING!
Will You Come to the
Mountain?
Compiled and Presented by:
Fellowship with Man                                                              Dave Stewart
G...
Photo Credits:
Tetons: From my Dad.
Crown: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/
File:Imperial_State_Crown.JPG
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God foretold the coming of His kingdom, which was established on the day of Pentecost. This reminds us that Jesus is the King and we are to submit to His will. This is the essence of being God’s people. (Much of this material is adapted from notes from Robert Turner.)

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Will You Come to the Mountain

  1. 1. Will You Come to the Mountain?
  2. 2. “This was according to the eternal purpose”
  3. 3. “the manifold wisdom of God might be made known to the rulers and authorities”
  4. 4. “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand”
  5. 5. All Nations
  6. 6. All Law & Nations Word
  7. 7. Babylon Medo-persia Greece Kingdoms! Rome
  8. 8. Kingdom In days of those kings
  9. 9. Babylon Medo-persia Greece Kingdoms! Rome
  10. 10. Kingdom Shall never be destroyed
  11. 11. Kingdom Nor left to another people
  12. 12. Kingdom Stand forever
  13. 13. Kingdom “royal power, kingship, dominion, rule” “not to be confused with an actual kingdom but rather the right or authority to rule over a kingdom.” Thayer
  14. 14. Kingdom “is primarily an abstract noun, denoting ‘sovereignty, royal power, dominion’ “then, by metonymy, a concrete noun, denoting the territory or people over whom a king rules” Vines
  15. 15. What was established on the day of Pentecost?
  16. 16. Jesus... 30) “on His throne” 33) “exalted” 36) “God has made Him both Lord and Christ”
  17. 17. “confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord” —Romans 10.9
  18. 18. Jesus is the KING!
  19. 19. “in the name of Jesus Christ”
  20. 20. Jesus is the KING!
  21. 21. Will You Come to the Mountain?
  22. 22. Compiled and Presented by: Fellowship with Man Dave Stewart God’s People 24 January, 2010 Las Cruces, NM #01 www.churchofchristmiranda.com Will You Come to the Mountain? Isaiah 2.2-4; Daniel 2.44; Acts 2 Synopsis: God foretold the coming of His kingdom, which was established on the day of Pentecost. This reminds us that Jesus is the King and we are to submit to His will. This is the essence of being God’s people. (Much of this material is adapted from notes from Robert Turner.) “Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a division of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.” “Let all that you do be done with love.”
  23. 23. Photo Credits: Tetons: From my Dad. Crown: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/ File:Imperial_State_Crown.JPG

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