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Where is the Kingdom of God?

Through sin, the earth was separated from the sky, the will of man voluntarily rebelled against the will of God and rebelled against the shoreless sea of God-fearing self-will.

The kingdom of God arises where the kingdom of sinful human will ends. According to the wise words of Saint Maximus the Confessor: "sin is the misuse of free will", the manifestation of man's voluntary evil will against the will of God; the war of man's free will with the will of God. The evil will of man by sin suppressed, and suppresses, the will of God, the will of the Heavenly Father, from the soul of man and humanity, from God's creation and from the earth. Through sin, the earth was separated from the sky, the will of man voluntarily rebelled against the will of God and rebelled against the shoreless sea of God-fearing self-will. With their willful love of sin, people walled off their whole life, the whole earth, and simply banished the will of God from our planet.

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The Greek word for sin is "αμαρτια," literally means, "missing the mark." Thus, it can truly be said that sin is man's service to his own will, missing the mark of man's purpose which is to serve God.

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Robyn Atticks
Robyn Atticks
Nov 03, 2023

“The Kingdom of God arises where the kingdom of sinful human will ends.” And we pray, Your Kingdom come, Your Will be done; on earth as it is in Heaven. ☦️


🤔 580 BC. Saint Maximos the Confessor. I’m pretty sure that he didn’t use the word “planet”.

Bad translation I suppose.

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I do agree. It also mentions "the earth" being separated from "the sky." I think "the sky" is rightfully "the heavens," which is a more proper translation.

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Alyssa Hafner
Alyssa Hafner
Nov 03, 2023

Thank you for sharing! This answered a question I have long had about Heaven and Earth before the Fall and now after.

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