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The kingdom of God is an order of government established by divine authority. It is the only legal government that can exist in any part of the universe.
Noah and his family were the only loyal and obedient subjects to the legal power: they alone were saved.
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- It was seldom that I attended any religious meetings, as my parents had not much faith in and were never so unfortunate as to unite themselves with any of the religious sects.
- God the Father and God the Son cannot be everywhere present indeed they cannot be even in two places at the same instant: but God the Holy Spirit is omnipresent - it extends through all space, with all other matter.
- An order of government, established by such an all-wise, powerful being, must be good and perfect, and must be calculated to promote the permanent peace, happiness, and well-being of all his subjects.
- The kingdom of God is an order of government established by divine authority. It is the only legal government that can exist in any part of the universe.
- Noah and his family were the only loyal and obedient subjects to the legal power: they alone were saved.
- God is the King. In him exists all legal authority.
- The Godhead consists of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The Father is a material being.
- If God had sufficient wisdom and power to construct such a beautiful world as this, then we must admit that his wisdom and power are immeasurably greater than that of man, and hence he is qualified to reign as king.