The Kingdom and the Church
In modern Christendom you hear much about the Kingdom and the Church. The two terms are generally used interchangeably. The Kingdom and the Church are often spoken of as being the Body of Christ, or the Church. Most Christians understand, or use this terminology, to refer to the whole of Christendom to be the Church at large, thus meaning the Church is comprised of all the saved people of the earth.
Does the Bible support such thinking? Is the Kingdom of God and The Church of God the same thing? If not, then what is the difference? The truth is that they are not the same, but are two separate and distinct entities. The purpose of this tract is to define the difference between the two.
If you are an honest-hearted Christian, you will be interested in knowing what the Bible teaches about this subject. The Word of God is the final authority on any subject. By looking at this subject from a biblical perspective, hopefully you will be enlightened and encouraged at what you glean.