“The Kingdom of God on The Earth is beyond the jurisdiction of the segregators and of the class maintainers,
of the separators and of the law enforcers,
of the inhibitors and of the preventers.
The Kingdom of God on The Earth is beyond the jurisdiction of the deprivers and of the rioters,
of the imposers and of the dismemberers,
of the religions and of the secularities of man.
The Kingdom of God on The Earth is beyond the jurisdiction of the selfish and the grandiose,
of the self-imposed and the self-important,
of the power-seekers and the power-brokers.
For such as they will feel the sting of Justice meted as they meted,
inflicted as inflicted,
for bearing as they forced to bear:
where grace remains unknown,
where freewill knows no mercy.
The Kingdom of God on The Earth addresses wrongs of behaviour occasioned by man’s misuse of freewill against his fellow man.
For as freewill is exercised so the records are updated and retained:
in both the spoken and the colour visuals –
then called to testify at the shaming and the convicting of a soul.
The Kingdom of God on The Earth brings into the present the records for establishing accountability long made known to be in
effect for man.
For such as they who fill their purse by repeatedly depriving life,
from a spirit or a soul by tearing open the envelope,
by breaking up the shell,
by destroying the functioning of the body,
will it be worse for them than if they had never lived.
For such as they shall neither rest in this time nor in the present yet to come.
The Kingdom of God on The Earth is sensitive to the absence of love,
is sensitive to where self is all important,
is sensitive to where greed is in possession,
is sensitive to where an evil will has infringed upon the innocent of heart.
The Kingdom of God on The Earth will allot mercy as allotted,
will render mercy as mercy is rendered,
will proceed to judgment as freewill determines the proceeding with the deed.”