The problem is that the concept of the Kingdom of God is pretty nebulous to the modern Christian. And the idea of glory is even fuzzier. Yet, the concepts of Kingdom and glory run throughout the Bible -- especially the New Testament.
When you start probing the twin themes of glory and kingdom in Scripture and begin to connect the dots, the implications to the disciple can be life-changing.
This Biblical study traces the themes of glory and Kingdom throughout the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Chapters focus on glory in the tabernacle in the wilderness, Daniel's prophecy of "a son of man," Jesus' teaching on the Son of Man and the Kingdom of God, how beholding God's glory transforms a believer, how God's glory and authority in a believer are intended to bring the Kingdom to earth, Christ's return in glory, and the final state of glory for the Bride.
This book is intended for study as well as instruction, presented in six lessons. Helpful thought and discussion questions make it useful for personal enrichment and by small groups and classes. Extensive research contained in the footnotes makes it a goldmine for teachers and a boon to preachers involved in sermon preparation.
All in all, this rich study will challenge Christian believers to rethink and reexamine their Bibles and their way of living.