"Blest are you poor, the kingdom of God is yours." —Luke 6:20, our transl.
Minutes before He was crucified and saved us, Jesus told Pontius Pilate: "My kingdom does not belong to this world" (Jn 18:36). Jesus put it mildly, for Jesus' kingdom is as different from the world's kingdoms as the heavens are above the earth (see Is 55:9). Consider the following differences:
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