I often wonder how many Christians, Muslims and Jews have actually read the bible. The scripture demonstrates that the one known as Jesus Christ had absolutely no intention of becoming a King of Israel. If you embrace the scripture regarding the fact that he did not wish to be King of Israel, then you are also asked to accept that he did not wish to be King of anywhere else either.
The scripture states the following:
After the people saw the sign Jesus performed, they began to say, "Surely, this is the Prophet who is come into the world". Jesus knowing that they intended to come and make him king by force, withdrew again to a mountain by himself. John 6:14
He always was spiritual and always will be spiritual, as are all true prophets of God. However, was he the one that was promised to Moses? No, JC did not have the name that was written in the scriptures. So where does that leave the Christians and Muslims that 'believe' that they have to do everything that JC tells them?
As I have informed people in the past, I do not have 'belief' I have divine experience and experience counts! So what did the divine experience teach me? In 2004, Melchizedek said 'You have laid your soul at our feet, now pick it up and put it back. Your soul belongs to you and to God'.
A Christian response was as follows:
'Jesus's kingdom is not of this world, but that is of the past. When he comes again, it will be the end of this world and the beginning of his kingdom, the kingdom of heaven'.
He told his followers that 'The Kingdom of God is within you!'. 'That the kingdom is already here but you do not see it.' However, there are many heavens to experience. It is a joyous and glorious spiritual journey for those that are prepared to put the real effort into it. Of course, love beyond measure is essential and is the greatest shield.