There are two distinct lines of seed promised to Abraham. One, an earthly seed, to be like the dust of the earth, without number (Gen. 13:16), centered wholly in the earth by a relationship of physical generation (Gen 12:7); the other seed were likened to the stars of heaven, without number (Gen. 15:5), centered wholly in the heavenlies by a relationship of spiritual regeneration, which is represented in Christ and the Church (Rom. 4:1-5).
Daniel’s vision foretells the revolutions of government in those nations which the church of the jews, for the following ages, was to be under the influence of. The four winds represent the shakings of human kind by the cultural contests of human philosophies and government. In this podcast teaching, you will discover how this war is still raging among men, but this time in their hearts, and how to take control of your world through the power of the Kingdom of God.
Jesus bears witness to the truth or reality of His Kingdom. In response to Pilate’s question if he was a king, Christ explained in what sense he was a king, but not such a king as was any ways dangerous to the Roman government, not a secular king, for his interests was not supported by secular methods.