The Millennial or Messianic Kingdom is part of an extended series of studies in support of the We Believe statement of The Association of Messianic
Congregations. We will begin by quoting those portions of the Statement that have application to the Kingdom. Much of what is quoted has been covered already in other contexts, and those aspects
of what has been quoted that deal with future things have been covered most thoroughly in our last four studies: The Destinies of the Dead, The Rapture,
The Great Tribulation, and The Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Much groundwork for this present study has been laid in these studies, particularly in the last two. It is therefore urged that the last two studies, especially, be studied or reviewed before proceeding.
As has been mentioned, most of the studies on this site were originally based on the We Believe statement* of The Association of Messianic Congregations. Let us review segments of the statement that are relevant to the Millennial or Messianic Kingdom.
The Triunity, Part 2: God the Son
We believe Israel is God's special people, distinct from the body of Messiah, chosen by Him to be a holy nation
and a kingdom of priests. The election of Israel is irrevocable. . . . We believe the Abrahamic Covenant is an irrevocable, unconditional covenant God made with Jewish people.
This covenant provides title to the land of Israel for the Jewish people and promises a descendant (the Messiah) who would come to redeem Israel and bless the entire world.
The spiritual blessings of the Abrahamic Covenant overflow to all the nations. God will ultimately fulfill every aspect of the covenant in the Messianic Kingdom, both physical
and spiritual. . . . (Genesis 12:1-3, 15:1-21; Romans 11:1-29)
We believe in the personal, bodily, visible, and pre-millennial return of the Lord Yeshua. At
that time He will lift the corruption which now rests upon the whole of creation, totally restore Israel to her own land, give her the realization of God's covenanted promises
and bring the whole world to the knowledge of God. We believe in the bodily resurrection of all men. . . . (Daniel 9:24-27; Matthew 24:30; Acts 1:11; Romans 8:19-23; 11:25-27;
Titus 2:13) *(Full AMC Statement)