A Kingdom That Cannot Be Shaken – Hebrews 12:28

“So let us be thankful, because we have a kingdom that cannot be shaken.”  Hebrews 12:28

Tough times?  Yes.  On every hand?  Yes.  Fear not, our God is faithful.  He is so faithful that He has given us His beloved Son Jesus as our Saviour and King.  Jesus established His kingdom on earth and it shall be fully established when He returns for the faithful.  The kingdom lives in us and we live in the kingdom and nothing in spirit or flesh can shake the kingdom.  No matter how bleak it looks, the kingdom is at hand at it will remain.  The kingdom will be the only thing that stands on the earth.  If you are apart of this magnificent kingdom, then no matter what you are experiencing the Lord Jesus Christ has made you fit to stand.  Don’t be shaken by bills, debts, sickness, sin or emotional baggage – the kingdom cannot be shaken.  Believe your way out of every problem is through Christ.  Believe that your kingdom is never ending.  Just believe.
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Author:De'Andre Salter

De'Andre Salter is a nationally recognized entrepreneur and senior pastor of The Tabernacle, a fast-growing, non-denominational ministry in South Plainfield, New Jersey. Salter is a self-made success and CEO of Professional Risk Solutions, LLC, the largest minority-owned specialty brokerage firm in the United States. A Jersey native and Drew University graduate, Salter was honored as one of the “Top 40 Black Executives Under Forty” by The Network Journal. In addition to winning souls, he has a vision to build communities through supporting entrepreneurs. His book,Hope in the Hood, is a springboard to helping others who hail from neighborhoods like his in Newark, build and grow businesses in their community. He is offering not just a step-by-step action plan, but also financial resources.

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