A Kingdom Centered Gospel

A Kingdom Centered Gospel

Pastor Jim Huthmaker



The message that Jesus taught was kingdom centered. The word of God can and will change us but we have to allow it.


Whoever calls upon the name of the Lord will be saved. (Romans 10:13)


Jesus invited us to follow Him. (Luke 9:23)


Jesus invited us to receive Him. (John 6:53-56)


Jesus Lordship (Luke 6:46-49)

If we build our foundation upon Jesus and when trouble, bad news, turbulent times comes, we are going to focus on God’s word; we are going to focus on what God’s word says about us.


Jesus Kingship (Luke 23:1-3, Acts 17:7)

When we are preaching on what Jesus has done, we are staying kingdom focus.


John the Baptist came preaching repent. (Matthew 3:1-2, 5)

Repent- to feel such sorrow for sin or fault as to be disposed to change one’s life for the better.


Jesus preached men should repent. (Mark 1:14-15)


Jesus stood in the synagogues and read a passage from the prophet Isaiah that was written 700 years before Jesus’ birth. (Luke 4:17-22)


The disciples preached that men should repent. (Mark 6:12) They taught that people needed to change and look to Jesus because He is the way, the truth and the life. (John 14:6)


Jesus spent the last 40 days with the disciples speaking of the kingdom of heaven. (Acts 1:3)


What did the apostle Paul say about the kingdom of heaven? (Acts 19:8)


How does the book of Acts end? (Acts 28:28-31)


Kingdom Facts:


The words king or kingdom or its equivalent is used 3247 times in scripture. In the New Testament it is used 285 times.


The word Christ which means anointed; the anointed one; generally to rule as king is used 571 times in the New Testament.


The word Lord which is the gentile way; kingship; the one in authority is used 728 times in the New Testament.


The word Savior meaning deliverer is used 24 times in scripture.


The word disciple and disciples is used 272 times in scripture.


The word Christian is used 3 times in scripture. The first time being in Acts 11:26.


The phrase “ask Jesus into your heart” is used 0 times in scripture.


The phrase “receive Jesus as your Savior” is used 0 times in scripture.


The example of having someone repeat a prayer after someone instead of calling upon God from the heart is found zero times in scripture.

You must believe in your heart. (Romans 10:9-10)


We must teach the kingdom of the gospel!