Christ The King of All Nations

Whether you believe it or not, Jesus Christ is King of All Nations. Jesus Christ has already proclaimed His Super-natural and Supra-national Kingship over all the earth, and over all of creation. Those who oppose Him, unless they convert, will spend the rest of their eternity in the place of their choosing, which is Hell. Those who accept Jesus Christ the King, will spend the rest of their earned eternity in Heaven.

Jesus said: “You say that I am a King. For this was I born, and for this came I into the world.” (Jn 18:37).

In ushering the Kingdom of God on earth, all true believers must be of one spirit, soul and body, in the Church. There are no exceptions to this.

The Kingship of Christ and therefore the Kingdom of God is the reopening of Garden of Paradise. God’s Plan is very simple, it is found in the “Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven” (Mt 16:19), that is, the Seven Sacraments of the Church. A Sacrament is the fulfilment of a Divine promise. The Seven Sacraments are the Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven. These are the Keys used to gain entrance. These Keys open the Narrow Gate by which one enters in order to come into the Kingdom. This is the only way. There is no other way. Anyone attempting to enter in by another way is a thief and a robber (Jn 10:1-5).

Only those who live and keep the Seven Sacraments of the Church will enter into the Kingdom under the Kingship of Christ. Jesus Christ inaugurated the Seven Sacraments while on earth:

  • 1. Baptism (Mt 3:13-17).
  • 2. Confessions (Jn 20:22,23; Jm 5:14)
  • 3. Holy Eucharist (Jn 6:55-57; Mk 14:22-24)
  • 4. Confirmation (Jn 14:26; 20:22; Ac 2:2-4)
  • 5. Matrimony (Jn 2:11)
  • 6. Holy Orders (Lk 22:29; 1Co 11:24-26)
  • 7. Extreme Unction (Mk 5:41; Lk 7:11,15; Jn 11:43)

The first two are for our preparation to receive God.
The second two are for receiving God in our being.
The third two are for living our station in life.
The seventh and final Sacrament is for our entry into Heaven.

The Seven Sacraments are preserved and protected in the Eternal Virgin Eucharist Church.

There is only one way to enter the Kingdom of Christ and one way only, we must be born again through the reception of Holy Eucharist: “As many as received Him, He gave them power to be made the sons of God, to them that believe in His Name, who are born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God” (Jn 1:12,13). These requirements are for everyone in existence who wish to enter into the Kingdom of God – no exceptions.

The Kingship of Christ and therefore the Kingdom of God is directly confronted and violently opposed by the Satanic forces disguised in the evils of the New World Order. The defeat of the NWO is already written in Holy Scripture.