The Insanity of The Kingdom

I loved reading this post by Becky as shared on Cheryl McGrath’s blog ‘Bread for the Bride’, on the Kingdom of God and found it to be so encouraging in seeing who we are, Kingdom Dwellers! Thankyou Becky.

Bread for the Bride

Jesus Writing on the sand with his finger

Recently a blogger friend, Becky Johnson, remarked in one of her postsI think this is normal to a life of faith – this feeling like we …. are doing something completely insane”

I think she’s on to something.

You don’t need to spend a lot of time reading the gospels before you realise the gap between Jesus and His listeners was gigantic. Take, for instance, the extraordinary discussion in John 6:24-66. The escalating tension almost jumps off the page and punches us in the face. How dare He tell them to eat His flesh and drink His blood! Who did He think they were, godless barbarians? And insisting He’d come from Heaven when everyone knew His parents were a local carpenter and his wife?

What on earth was this ridiculous talk of ‘feeding’ on Him? Was He mad? All they wanted was some kind of miracle…

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2 thoughts on “The Insanity of The Kingdom

  1. Greetings Donna. Read Becky’s post on Cheryl’s blog, which I also book marked. Was very edifying, as are your blog posts. Thank you.


    • Thankyou J,also for pointing out it is Becky’s post shared by Cheryl, I will amend this in my introduction. Thank God for His wide representation of His Son in the saints. God bless you brother.


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