Receiving Kingdom or Apostolic Grace, Part 1


In this ancient painting of Peter and Paul, the artist depicts the two great apostles embracing in fellowship . In the beginning of the Christian movement Apostles, Christ’s Kingdom representatives, were sent to offer His treaty or covenant of grace and peace to governments and nations. Contrary to what many believe today, apostles and apostolic ministry have not ceased; the Lord continues to send His apostles to offer Kingdom or apostolic grace to men and nations. In order to receive the grace of God we must learn to recognize and receive those the Lord sends to us!


Wednesday, December 10, 2008 at the King's Church in Jacksonville, Florida, Bishop Alexander Chisango ministers Part 1 of his message Receiving Kingdom or Apostolic Grace. (Please note that Parts 2 and 3 of this powerful message are located under Blog Archives at the right side of the Home Page.)

Today, so many Christians seem to live lives of futility, failure, and defeat just like those in the world system. How can we receive the grace of God in our lives so that we can truly reign in life and be effective ministers of the grace of God to others?

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1 comment (Add your own)

1 Nia - June 8, 2012 @ 4:40 AM

No, Jesus did not return to eat sueppr with His Disciples. He ate sueppr with the twelve Disciples before he was put to death. If you don't like to share this Planet with Christians, why don't you fly to another place and time??? No such a thing as Christian Pagans. It is either being a Christian or being a Pagan. You have tons of English errors. You need to capitalize the words Roman Bible and Christian Pagans. You need to capitalize the word Bible. Apostolic Ministry, Gospel, Apostles, Twelfth Disciples. You need to study and learn the true meanings of the Holy Bible and then you can put everything in the Good Order , you should know. Try it, you might like it.

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