Understanding Kings and Kingdoms
Understanding Kings and Kingdoms by Nelson Vincent Ayomitunde
The kingdom of God is a kingdom of King and kings. In thr first mention, God is the King and we are the kings. Whenever it is mentioned, King of kings, it simply means that we are kings just like God, but then we are still subject to God. We rule and govern administrative systems by reason of His privilege and the value of dominance bestowed upon us. One unique thing about God's kingdom is this description of King and kings unlike the earthly realm where we have kings and subjects.
God's kingdom is also a kingdom of thrones. As God's subjects are also kings in their rights and powers, it is only necessary to have thrones from.which these kings legislate the will of God and proclaim His sovereignty all through the world.
Psalm 103:19, Psalms 145:11-13, Colossians 1:16, Isaiah 14:12-13, Psalms 110:1, Zechariah 3, Philippians 2