ARE YOU KINGDOM MINDED OR CHURCH MINDED - THERE IS A DIFFERENCE!
KINGDOM MINDED PEOPLE ARE:
Rather than making God what they want Him to be they ask God what He wants them to be.
They live for eternal purposes not temporal.
They know their gifts are from Him and for Kingdom purposes first, not for themselves.
They know that their destiny is what He planned for them not what they want.
Kingdom people do not exist to make money; they exist to extend God’s kingdom into their world. Money is to them a tool not a goal. They are not just millionaires; they are millionaire makers and millionaire dollar givers.
They live like stewards not owners.
Kingdom people are not just healed people; they are healers.
They are not just saved people; they are people who save.
They are creator’s not just consumers.
They are part of the solution. They’d rather work than whine. They know it’s not about them so they don’t complain, they just do it.
They’re committed to a cause. They’re not just wandering sheep looking for greener pastures.
They feed; they don’t just eat.
They become God’s answer not His project, His method not just His goal or purpose. Some people think they are God’s purpose and He exists for them. Kingdom people know they are part of the solution. They are His partner not a hireling.
They are heavenly minded not earthly.
They don’t judge by the carnal mindsets of the world when it comes to greatness, success or morality.
They understand the realm of the Spirit.
Kingdom people live by God’s Word, not what they think or feel or are taught by contradicting forces.
Kingdom people pray.
They believe in the supernatural.
Kingdom people fast. They sacrifice. They are living dead men and women. They don’t fear death; they love not their lives to the death. They’ve sold everything for the pearl of great price.
They are prophetic. They believe in things they can’t see and see a future that doesn’t exist. They see, then they create it.
They believe in miracles. The supernatural is not a stretch for them. They are supernatural themselves. They are citizens of a heavenly kingdom.
They believe their God owns everything and can do everything. Because of this they are dangerous. They are boat-rockers.
They turn their world right side up.
They know God. They have seen Him, therefore they hate mediocre, average, run-of-the-mill, compromise, lethargy and status quo. That’s why they hate religiosity that standardizes mediocrity.
They love to worship; not just sing.
They know they can connect with God; therefore religious routine is boring and senseless to them. They insist in knowing and relating to God, not to a system or a tradition or a personality.
Kingdom people don’t go to church; they are the church.
Used by permission from Apostle Dutch Sheets.