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Political Allegiance

Throughout history, kings have led nations and people groups to the height of power, influence, and prosperity, only to have that power vanquished by another king somewhere down the line. It’s a cycle that never ends. Somebody, somewhere is always grasping for more power and they will pursue it through imperial conquest if they have the means.

Ancient Mesopotamia was home to many of these empires. Egypt had multiple runs as the big kid on the block. So did Assyria and Babylon. Asia has been home to many powerful dynasties too, including the 13th century Mongolian empire which spread over 20% of the world’s land mass and ruled over 25% of people on earth. European Empires run by the British, Ottomans, Spaniards, French, Russians, and Nazis all had a moment in the sun. And there have been many more.

But Jesus' kingdom is different. His kingdom has not been built or sustained using the methods of other rulers – nor will it crumble or fall like all the others. The expansion of His kingd…

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