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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 5

Particulars of the Kingdom of God

Particulars of the Kingdom of God.

That the kingdom of God will be established upon the Earth (a), and bo Age-lasting in its duration (b); that the once crucified Jesus of Nazareth, the Lord of life, now exalted at the Father's right hand, is the Anointed King (c); that the glorified saints, washed from their sins in the blood of the Lamb, will be its princes and subordinate sovereigns (d); that the Jews who own their supremacy will be the immediate subjects to be gathered out of every nation for this purpose (e); that the government will be absolute and Divine, and not left to the will of any people (/); that Jerusalem will be its capital, and the Holy Land its immediate locality (g); that the Bevil and Satan, or the Constitution of Sin, embodied in the government of the world, ecclesiastical and civil, will be destroyed (h); and that all the nations of the earth will serve and obey him who is their appointed governor, and participate in that glorious righteousness, peace, and prosperity, which shall characterise his reign (i), are Truths which illuminate every page of the Bible, and constitute the promises made to Adam (J), Abraham (k), David (l), and all the ancients (m) and the gospel proclaimed by Jesus (n), Peter (o), Paul (p), Stephen (q), and Philip (r), the gospel to be believed for Righteousness and Salvation.

To participate in the honour and glory of this kingdom, it is necessary to be adopted into the family of Abraham, by believing the things which concern the kingdom of God, and the name of Jesus the Christ, and Immersion into the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (s) which is the doctrinal name of the Lord Jesus, because he was "God manifest in the flesh" through the operation of the Holy Spirit.

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The obvious and grammatical sense of the Holy Scriptures, demonstrates the above truths. Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them. "Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the City." (l)

Testimony of Moses and the Prophets. Testimony of Jesus and the Apostles.
(a) Psalm it. 8; lxxii. 8–11;
Jercin. xxiii. 5, 8; Exek. xxxvii. 20–28; Dan. ii. 35, 44; vii. 14, 27; Joel iii. 16, 17, 21; Mic. iv. 7, 8; Zeeh. xiv. 9, 16, 19; Obadiah 21.
(a) Luke i. 32. 33; Rev. xi. 15; ii. 26,27: v. 8–10.
(b) Psalm lxxxiv. 29; Isa. ix. 6, 7: Dan. ii. 44: vii. 14. 27; Mic. iv 7. (b) Luke i. 33: Heb. xii 28, 2 Peter i. 11; Rev. xi. 15.
(c) Psalm ii. 1–3; Isa. ix. 6, 7: liii. 10–12; Jer. xxxiii. 5–7; Ezek. xxxvii. 24, 25; Dan. vii. 13, 14. (c) Lukci 33; Acts ii. 30, 31; xvii. 31. Hcb. i. 8; Jno. i. 49: Rev xvii. 14.
(d) Daniel vii. 13, 27. (d) Matt. xix. 28; 1 Cor. vi. 2, 3, Rom. viii. 17; 2 Tim. ii. 12; Rev. ii. 26. 27; iii. 21; v. 10; xx. 4.
(e) Jercm. xxxiii. 5–9; xxxi.; Exek. xxxvii. 20–28; Mic. iv. 8. (e) Luke i. 33, 68–75.
(f) Isa. xi. 2–5; Psalm ii. 9; lxxii. 2–4: Dan. vii. 13–27; ii 44 (f) Matt, xxviii. 18; John xvii. 2; 1 Cor. sv. 27; Rev. xx. 4: Heb. ii. 8; Epu. i. 22.
(g) Gen. xiii. 15; xvii. 8; lsa. ii. 3; xxiv. 23; Mic. iv. 4, 7, 8; Joel iii. 17, 20, 21. (g) Matt. v. 35.
(h) Gen.iii. 15; Psalm ii. 9; lxxii. 4, 9; cxlix. 6–9 Isa. Ix. 12; Dun. ii. 35; vii. 9–27. (h) 2 Thess. ii. 7, 8; Rev. xvii 10–14; xviii,: xix. 17, 21; xx. 1–3
(i) Gen. xii. 3; xxii. 18: Psalm lxxii. Isa.ii. 2–4: xi. 1–10; Mic. iv. 1–5. (i) Luke ii. 14: Gal. iii. S.
(j) Genesis iii. 15.
(k) Geness xii. 3; xxii. 18. (k) Gal. iii. S; Hcb. xi. 10.
(l) 2 Sam. vii. 9–19. (l) Acts ii. 30.
(m) Heb. iv. 2; xi.; Judo 14.
(n) Mark i. 14, 15; Luke iv. 45. ix. 2.
(o) Acts ii. 30: iii. 19–20; x. 37; 2Peter i. 11.
(p) Acts xxvi. 6, 7; xxviii. 23, 31.
(q) Acts vii. 1–53.
(r) Acts viii. 5, 12, 35.
(s) Mark xvi. 15, 16; Acts ii. 20. 39; viii. 12; Gal. iii. 25, 27.
(t) Rev. xxii. 14.