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Jesus Christ's Throne Is Heaven And The Earth Is His Footstool

Discussion in 'Dispensationalism' started by Terral, Jul 29, 2007.

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  1. Terral

    Terral Senior Member

    Greetings to All:

    The Kingdom and Throne of our Lord Jesus Christ is IN HEAVEN and the earth is His Footstool (Isaiah 66:1). Believers today are being ‘rescued’ from ‘the domain of darkness’ and ‘transferred’ to the ‘Kingdom of His beloved Son’ (Colossians 1:13) that is NOT of this world or even of this realm (John 18:36). Those of us seated in the heavenly places “IN Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 2:6) have ‘citizenship in heaven’ (Philippians 3:20) right this moment as we speak. The Denominational Pre-Millennialism teaching that Jesus Christ is going to sit on an earthly throne for 1000 years on this earth is A MYTH that has no basis in Biblical fact whatsoever. Jesus Christ is the “Lord God” who formed His “son of God” (Adam = Luke 3:38) from the dust of the ground (Genesis 2:7) to sit on an ‘earthly throne’ that mirrors His throne IN HEAVEN. Scripture says,

    Jesus Christ is “The Lord” (Rom. 10:9) speaking right here in Isaiah 66:1 proclaiming that heaven above is “My Throne” and the earth is “My footstool,” but men blinded by their Denominationalism insist on bringing the Lord down to sit on an earthly throne. Christ denies that MYTH and tells Pilate the truth, saying,

    Christ’s Heavenly Kingdom (2Timothy 4:18) is NOT of this world or even of this realm, because Heaven (Gen. 1:1) above contains this universe like the white of the egg holds the yoke ( http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/Terral03/18.jpg ). Christ “warned the disciples that they should tell NO ONE that He was The Christ” (Matt. 16:20), because He was constantly pointing to John the Baptist saying “For all the prophets and the Law prophesied until JOHN” (Matt. 11:13). The man wearing soft clothing is the one belonging in “kings’ palaces!” (Matthew 11:8) who is “MORE than a prophet” (Matt. 11:9). The simple truth is told in Christ’s instructions on how to pray, saying,

    Did you catch that? John the Baptist is the ‘Earthly Messiah’ of the Kingdom of God ‘on earth AS IT IS in heaven.’ Jesus Christ is the “Heavenly Messiah” over “His Heavenly Kingdom” (2Tim. 4:18) that the kingdom ON EARTH represents as the Lord’s FOOTSTOOL. The restored Kingdom of Israel (Ezekiel 47+48) stands in the precise position of the Promised Land (Genesis 15:18) and the same location as the ‘earthly part’ of the original “Garden of Eden” (Genesis 2:8+). Jesus Christ (Lord God) formed A MAN to sit on a throne on this earth and that ‘man sent from God’ (John 1:6) is represented by John the Baptist clearing an earthly path for men to ascend into “His Heavenly Kingdom.”

    Ezekiel (and Jeremiah = Jer. 30:9) sees “David” (Ezekiel 37:24-28) sitting on an earthly throne ‘forever,’ while Christ has taken His seat in the heavens above:

    This testimony agrees 100 percent with Christ’s statements to Pilate (John 18:36) and the Lord’s statements back in Isaiah 66:1 (Heaven is MY THRONE), which many here simply choose to ignore. The evidence proves beyond all doubt that Christ’s throne is IN HEAVEN and this earth is HIS FOOTSTOOL no matter how my debating opponents try to twist things. Our mystery church is to judge the world AND the angels (1Corinthians 6:2+3), which is only possible from our heavenly seats in the heavenly places “IN Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 2:6). Since some among you see Christ sitting on an earthly throne for a mere 1000 years, then please explain the miraculous power that comes along to make that Kingdom END. GL.

    Do you see Christ seated on a Heavenly Throne OR on a temporary 1000 Year throne on this earth? Good luck in the debate.

    In Christ Jesus,

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