Show Notes:

  • Ascension of Jesus in Daniel 7
  • The Rest of the Vision
    • KINGDOM also Given to the "Saints"
      • Receiving the Kingdom
      • Possessing the Kingdom
    • Active Jobs for Us Within Jesus' Realm
    • Sharing in the Reign
  • Intersection of REIGN and STEWARDSHIP
    • 2 Departures from Stewardship
      • Becoming Passive
      • Fighting the King for Control
    • Jesus' Parable Teachings
    • Rev. 1:6; 5:10 - Kingdom and Priests (Our Reign)
    • Present and Future Aspects
      • 2 Tim. 2:12
      • 1 Cor. 6
        • Lawsuit Context (managing affairs internally)
        • Saints Judging the World
        • Saints Judging Angels
        • Inheriting the Kingdom (1 Cor. 6:9)
  • Application 
    • Vested Interest in the Flourishing of the Kingdom
    • Preparation for Our Roles Throughout Eternity
    • Those Who Serve in Leadership Roles


We never completely endorse all the thoughts of any human teacher. Make sure you put all resources through the Berean Test (Acts 17:11).

Return of the King
By J. R. R. Tolkien

I referenced Denethor, the "Steward of Gondor," who leads the Gondorian people from the capital city of Minas Tirith. His position is STEWARD until the promised king (their messiah figure - Aragorn) takes the throne. Denethor neither wants to give up power or make strong, assertive decisions. He is ultimately an archetype of the anti-steward. If you're interested in  reading the entire novel of Lord of the Rings, which contains a tremendous amount of Christian insights, Denethor's portion occurs in the 3rd volume - The Return of the King.



How does your role as a KINGDOM STEWARD motivate your daily choices and activities? We welcome feedback! Please submit all comments in a spirit of love and edification.