By George W. Peters
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1:18 - 3:20). The consequences of sin are stated in no uncertain terms. Sin is inherent evil and therefore disruptive, corruptive, defiling, degrading, and bears destruction and death in its very nature. In addition, it brings the wrath of God upon man and leads to eternal separation from God, which is the second death (Ac 28:27; Eph 2:2; 4:18; Mt 13:15; Ro 8:7; 5:12; 6:21; Lk 16:19-31; Rev 20:11-15). THE REMEDY FOR SIN However, man is still human. As such, he is left with the capacity and an awareness for the need of salvation, but not with the wisdom to design salvation nor with the power and capacity to procure or achieve it.
The rule of God in the heart of man. The kingdom of God is within you. It is immediate and actual. As such it is moral, not na tionalistic; it is spiritual, not materialistic; it is actual, not idealistic (that is, it is present and not totally futuristic). b. The rule of God in the church. Neither God nor Christ is ever spoken of as the King of the church. Christ is the Lord of the church and this is but a Roman modification of the king or rulership concept. As Lord He is sovereign over His church.
Fusing beautifully the various aspects of Christ's life, the writer proceeds to set the portrait of the royalty and kingship of Christ into the frame of Old Testament revelation to give it the full authority of the God of creation and history. He points out how Christ is the fulfillment of the visions and prophecies of Old Testament seers, the embodiment of anticipations and aspirations of mankind, and the reality behind all Old Testament typology. In Christ, spiritual reality has appeared and the shadows must flee.
A Biblical Theology of Missions by George W. Peters