The Kingdom of God on earth
The Kingdom of God is first and foremost a spiritual Kingdom, which is described by the Holy Scriptures as being a place of righteousness, holiness, peace, and love, and is the opposite of the Kingdom of Darkness. (For the Kingdom of God is not eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. Romans 14:17)
As is the Kingdom, so are those who belong to it. If we examine the Scriptures, we will discover that the defining traits of the Heavenly Kingdom are also the traits that define both its citizens and God Himself.
The Scripture also describes God as Lord of righteousness, Lord of peace and love. (He is righteous and faithful. Deuteronomy 32:4; For He is first the Lord of righteousness, then the Lord of peace. Hebrews 7:1; God is love. 1 John 4:16)
Due to the fall of Adam, man by natural birth is born spiritually dead and has no right to the citizenship of this Kingdom. (Remember that you were once separated from Christ, without citizenship… without hope. Ephesians 2:12)
To be able to redeem us and make forgiveness of sins possible, Lord Jesus Christ paid the price of the ransom fee with His death. He died so that we could start a new life. (He has delivered us from the kingdom of darkness and transferred us to the Kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, through His blood, the forgiveness of sins. Colossians 1:13)
The Kingdom of God that has descended from heaven can illustratively be viewed as a territory or an embassy in which the heavenly laws govern.
Lord Jesus Christ was sent as the ambassador of this Kingdom, with the mission of bringing this “Holy Territory” in our hearts. He is found at the entrance, at the door of this embassy, bringing to the people the laws that govern it. (I must preach the gospel of the Kingdom of God to the other towns as well, because for this I have been sent. Luke 4:43)