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-The Kingdom of Heaven is the reign of God from heaven on earth through his chosen mediator. This kingdom is primary soulish (it deals primarily with the soul of man: his mind, will, and emotions).+**__The Kingdom of Heaven__** is the reign of God from heaven on earth through his chosen mediator. This kingdom is primary soulish (it deals primarily with the soul of man: his mind, will, and emotions).
  
 When Adam sinned, his being split into three: body, soul, spirit. They were all there before, but unified. When Adam sinned, the Kingdom split into three:  When Adam sinned, his being split into three: body, soul, spirit. They were all there before, but unified. When Adam sinned, the Kingdom split into three: 
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   - Kingdom of God: spiritual (gone until someone was born again)   - Kingdom of God: spiritual (gone until someone was born again)
  
-The kingdoms of this world were "abdicated" to Satan: +**__The kingdoms of this world__** were "abdicated" to Satan: 
  
 >**Luke 4.5-6:** And **the devil**, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all **the kingdoms of the world** in a moment of time. And the devil said unto him, All this power will I give thee, and the glory of them: for **that is delivered unto me**; and to whomsoever I will I give it. >**Luke 4.5-6:** And **the devil**, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all **the kingdoms of the world** in a moment of time. And the devil said unto him, All this power will I give thee, and the glory of them: for **that is delivered unto me**; and to whomsoever I will I give it.
  
-The kingdom of God left until someone was made alive spiritually again (Acts 2).+**__The kingdom of God__** left until someone was made alive spiritually again (Acts 2).
  
-The kingdom of Heaven was the kingdom in flux during the Old Testament, but not between God and Satan. Adam lost it and it went back to God (i.e., no reign of God from heaven on earth through a mediator) until Noah. Noah got it, then lost it (it went back to God, not Satan). And so on and so forth until Israel... and then Jeconiah lost it for good until Christ showed up. Then Christ OFFERED the kingdom of heaven. HE (God) had it, not the devil. The devil had the kingdoms of this world. +**Therefore...**: The kingdom of Heaven was the kingdom in flux during the Old Testament, but not between God and Satan. Adam lost it and it went back to God (i.e., no reign of God from heaven on earth through a mediator) until Noah. Noah got it, then lost it (it went back to God, not Satan). And so on and so forth until Israel... and then Jeconiah lost it for good until Christ showed up. Then Christ OFFERED the kingdom of heaven. HE (God) had it, not the devil. The devil had the kingdoms of this world. 
  
 So, a definition of the Kingdom of Heaven would be:  So, a definition of the Kingdom of Heaven would be: 
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