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"A Biblical Theology of the recent testomony provides clean perception and figuring out to theological self-discipline. students from Dallas theological Seminary mix to create this significant quantity edited through Roy B. Zuck. each one contributor seems at divine revelation because it appears to be like chronologically within the New testomony canon, permitting you to witness God's fact because it opened up in the course of the decades"--Jacket.

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If one asks how or in what sense Jesus is present with His disciples, the answer would seem to be that it is by means of the Holy Spirit. Here then is another illustration of the ministry of the Spirit in pointing to Christ. Though physically absent, Jesus is present by means of the Spirit, who bears witness to Him and continues to extend ministry to others in His behalf. THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN/GOD Before noting what Matthew wrote about "the kingdom of heaven," or "the kingdom of God," some consideration needs to be given to the meaning of the terms themselves.

Besides one's manner of life, its motivation is important to God. Why does a disciple do what he or she does? For self-advancement, personal gain, or glory? It is easy to forget that in the final analysis, it is not the commendation or the admiration of others which is significant, but the approval and praise of God (cf. John 12:43; Rom. 2:28-29). It is this singlemindedness of purpose that Matthew 6:33 holds before disciples. This emphasis on attitude or motive, the spirit in which obedience is rendered, is also a reminder that however much attention is given in Matthew's gospel to deeds and behavior, there is the recognition that the righteousness that surpasses that of the Pharisees (5:20) affects the whole person, transforming not just external behavior but also the disposition of the heart as well (5:8).

The kingdom of the Son of Man thus appears to be one aspect of the earlier and more encompassing kingdom of God. Jesus as the Son of Man will be the focus of a particular era in the unfolding kingdom of God, but the kingdom is not exhausted by what Jesus says and does. Ultimately, the end of Christian experience is described in words influenced by Daniel 12:3: "Then the righteous will shine like the sun in the kingdom of their Father" (Matt. 13:43). The words of Paul to the Corinthians echo a similar refrain: "Then the end will come, when he hands over the kingdom to God the Father after he has destroyed all dominion, authority and power....

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