The Blessed Life of the Kingdom of God
The Beatitudes have inspired countless generations before us to build lives and churches that challenge and change the world in which they live. The truths contained within Christ’s teaching have the ability to bring
Guy Miller wrote the short study book called “The Blessed Life of the Kingdom of God” which was handed out to everyone that attended Westpoint 2018. His heart for the book was that it would unify everyone in Commission and have them all praying the same things, caught up in the same amazing vision. If you were not at Westpoint or did not receive a book, we have made the book available for free download.
As a follow-on to the book, Guy has written a series of 10 blogs (see below) each one also has a short 1 minute video devotional and discussion questions. We hope that you will find each of these helpful in connection with the book, either to be used as personal reflection or in a small group setting.
If you feel inspired by what you read and would like to find out more about how you could play a part in seeing Commission’s vision to see thousands of lives transformed, through hundreds of churches, in tens of nations achieved visit www.commission-together.org/joinin
I am sitting in my study praying and thanking God for this precious family we call Commission and all the wonderful people who are part of it. We are all on a great adventure to see thousands of lives transformed through hundreds of churches in tens of nations.read more
When we read the gospels we find that Jesus talks a lot about the Kingdom of God using seeds as an illustration, i.e. parable of the sower, Matt 13:1-23, the parable of the mustard seed Matt 13:31-35.read more
I will sometimes visit a graveyard and read headstone inscriptions. They all include a name, two dates and a dash. That dash represents all the hopes, ambitions, relationships and work the individual did in their lives, all represented by a line! Two dates and a dash.read more
Most of us enjoy tracing our family tree back several generations to discover unknown characters and forgotten history. We are spellbound to find the names and histories of forgotten entrepreneurs, soldiers, builders, inventors.read more
Food and drink are huge joys in our lives and they are good things given to us by our heavenly Father. In the UK we have an unhealthy preoccupation with food and alcohol and can browse between documentaries on health, food, malnutrition, and obesity.read more
I love butterflies and insects. They are so industrious and so beautiful (well maybe not a flea or cockroach). They are the bringers of transformation to the gardens, forests and fields pollinating, flowers that in time produce a harvest.read more
It is embarrassing when paying for an item to be told the money you have just given is either fake or not legal tender. The pound coin is a current example with machines able to quickly sort the pretend from the real.read more
I am always moved by the awards ceremony to unsung men women and children who have rescued or saved a persons’ life.read more
When I first became a follower of Jesus my own family did not understand it and were pretty against my getting baptised. My friends at school made fun of me and called me a bible basher. It was my introduction to this beatitude.read more
We are living in an increasingly politically correct world where we refuse to spend time understanding one another but rather want to label and categorise each person.read more
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