Good Morning! I decide to start new topic about the kingdom of God/heaven. Because, I have been debate at 'Shall ever a Christian going to hell?', and 'judgment seat of Christ part 2' lately. Premill teaches 'kingdom of God/heaven' means millennial kingdom. Some Premil/Disp saying 'kingdom of God' & 'kingdom of heaven' are different meaning. Premills saying, 'kingdom of heaven' are for the Jews only according to the Gospel of Matthew. Premill saying, 'kingdom of heaven' is for the Church. Does Christ was actaul saying on them? No. Both are same meaning. While I am studying on kingdom of God/heaven. I find a good passage in the Bible discuss about the kingdom of God/heaven. I think this passage might help us to understand the meaning of kingdom of God/heaven. Later, in the coming days, I will discuss more details on kingdom of God/heaven. I find a good passage about the kingdom of God/heaven in Matt. 19:16-26. I think Matt. 19:16-26 might help us to undersatnd the meaning of kingdom of God/heaven. Verse 16 tells us, when a young man came to Christ, he asked him, 'Good teacher, what good things should I do, that I may HAVE ETERNAL LIFE?' . A young man does not ask Christ about millennial kingdom. Because he never hear the teaching of millennial kingdom. That teaching was not yet exist till 1,900 years later. Millennial kingdom was not what in young man's mind. A young man wanted to know what he should to do so, he could have eternal life. Then, Christ said to him, "...but IF thou wilt ENTER INTO LIFE, KEEEEEEEEEEP the commandements." - vs. 17 A young man asked Christ, which commandment? Christ said to him, do not sins (speak of the Ten Commandments) - vs. 18-19. Then, a young man asked Christ, all these things he have in his youth life, what things he missed? - vs. 20 Then, Christ told him, "IF thou wilt be perfect(to be growing, mature & completed), Go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and COME and FOLLOW me." - vs. 21. Christ tells him, if he want to be perfect, then he have to surrender and give up his things and give them to poor, and come to FOLLOW Him. Next verse 22 tells us, a young man upsetted, he turn away from Christ. Because, he does not want to lose his own things, he wanted to keep all his things what he have. Then, Christ told to his disciples, "Verily I say unto you, That a rich man shall HARDLY ENTER INTO THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. And AGAIN I say unto you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into THE KINGDOM OF GOD." - vs. 23-24. Christ said, impossible for a rich man to enter eternal life, because he refused to surrender his life and to FOLLOW Christ. I understand what Christ's point on a camel. The character of camel, camel's attitude shows no complain, accept to carry heavy burden, it shows of humble. A rich man's character shows, that he have his own pride, selfish, not want to surrender all things what he have. It obivously speak of a rich man is not saved, he cannot enter the kingdom of God/heaven, that mean he is already in the hell now. When disciples heard of him, they said, "Who then can be saved?" - vs. 25. Christ answered to them, "With men this impossible; but WITH GOD all things are possible." - vs. 26 His point was, working with men are impossible, because all men are sinners, easy to failed. But, with God, all are possible. Because God never fail us. Same with Heb. 11:6 tells us, without faith, it is impossible to please God. Nothing find any verse in the Bible saying that 'kingdom of God/heaven' speak of future millennial kingdom. Because of none of any passage in the Bible mentioned kingdom of God/heaven is 'a thousand years'. Often, in the Bible mentioned, 'kingdom of God/heaven'. These are speak of God's things, heavenly things, and of course, it speak of eternality. Later in the coming days, I will discuss much more on kingdom of God/heaven with verses. In Christ Rev. 22:20 -Amen!