At the heart of Jesus’ message is the arrival of The Kingdom of God that breaks in upon the dark social and religious landscape. (Mk 1:14-15) Both majestic and mysterious, it is the most recurrent theme in Jesus’ sermons, parables, and is at the heart of the model prayer He left for His disciples. It proved to be so disruptive and dangerous, in fact, that many were martyred for just speaking of it. Yet few Christians today think much about it, let alone make it the focus of their spiritual journey (Matt 6:33). This lack of vision has had a profound impact on
how we think about Christianity, discipleship, the Church and even the Gospel itself. In an age of growing moral and spiritual ambivalence and polarization, perhaps we’ve missed something.
"Seek first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness and everything else will fall into place." Matthew 6:33