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Kingdom Deployment - Definitions

 

Kingdom Deployment – The Shaping of Culture

Knowledge is knowing the facts.  Wisdom is knowing how the facts apply to you personally.  Understanding is when you know how all of this relates and fits into the Creator’s master plan for humanity.

There appears to be a very evident misunderstanding and often a significant and debilitating disconnect between humanity’s understanding of their individual purpose or their created design and in their choice of acts, actions and decisions while on the earth.

In our most inner man, our spirit, we know that much is missing from the resulting experiences of the choices that we are taught to make.  How are we taught?   From where do we learn?

We will explore at a later time the sources of our learning.  They are many and they are varied.

 

We will begin this search by looking at several pertinent definitions.  If we ask incorrect questions and if we are seeking incorrect goals, we will arrive at an incorrect place.

  Our destination is important in eternity.  We must operate our lives asking the correct questions and going after the correct goals, the goals that align with our created design and given purpose.

Let’s investigate the following simple words and their definitions.  Perhaps they will add light to our understanding.

This is an exciting exercise.  It will add clarity, understanding and direction to our living.

Definitions –

  1. Employment

  1. The activity and/or occupation that we perform in order to receive revenue for our livelihood.

  2. The condition or position of having paid work.

     

  1. Deployment

  1. To bring forces or materials or people into action.

  2. To organize and to send out people or things to be used for a particular purpose.

  3.  The methodical procedure of introducing an activity, a process, a program or a system to all applicable areas of an operation.

     

  1. Income

  1. What we receive for our work.

     

  1. Outcome

  1. The way a thing turns out;

  2. The consequence or results of our actions.

  3. What we become.

 

  1. Eternal / Eternity

  1. Having no beginning or end in time

  2.  Lasting forever

  3.  Always existing

  4. Always true or valid

     

  1. Temporal / Temporary-

  1. Of or relating to time as opposed to eternity

  2.  Secular

  3.  Relating to worldly as opposed to spiritual

     

  1. Life

  1. Acts, Actions and Decisions that generate positive growth, positive change, and/or improvement in your relationship with your Creator. Choices that assist in the fulfillment and in the achievement of your created design and in the accomplishment of your eternal purpose.

  2.  Acts, Actions and decisions that enhance the outcomes of your living

     

  1. Death -

  1. Acts, Actions and Decisions that generate negative growth, negative change and/or result in separation in your relationship with your Creator. Choices that direct you away from the fulfillment and the achievement of your created design and your eternal purpose.

  2.  Acts, Actions and Decisions that defeat and destroy the positive outcomes of your living.

     

  1. Light

  1. The natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible.

  2. Understanding of a problem or mystery

  3. Enlightenment

     

  1. Darkness

  1. The partial or total absence of light

  2.  Wickedness or evil

     

  1. Plan

  1. A detailed proposal for doing or achieving something.

  2.  A detailed diagram, drawing, program or system in particular

     

  1. Purpose

  1. The reason for which someone or something is created

  2. The reason for which someone or something exists

  3. The reason for which something is done

  4. An intended or desired result

  5. The end, the aim, the goal

     

Our Culture is the result of what we believe and the way that we think. Culture is determined on many levels of relationship – individually, as a Family, as a Community, as a Society, as a Nation and as People.

The way that we think or our Culture is influenced by many things – our environment, our observations, what we are taught, and what we experience personally.  Our Culture is constantly changing.

  During our Lifetime we view many important understandings differently. For example – We will see Truth, Morality, Integrity, Faithfulness, Generosity, Benevolence, Success and many other subjects from different vantage points.

A Child who is five years old sees things very differently than a Lady who is twenty-five years old, or a Gentleman who is fifty-five.  This is not a surprise nor is this unexpected.

 

There are many factors that contribute to this experience, but all can be described as the observation from differing vantage points. A vantage point is the place from which a person is observing a matter.

That place can differ greatly depending on many factors. There are many determining factors among which are included education, environment, experience and one’s position in life.

These factors alone provide valid and accurate input from which to evaluate a matter.

 

Much of what is used to determine value and to establish correctness in our World is from this vantage point.  Where this is an accurate assessment, there are additional factors that must to be considered in order to arrive at a reference point that does not change.

A reference that is steadfast. A reference that is sure.  A reference that is eternal. A reference which we can and which we must trust for the conduct of our lives based on our belief and our acceptance of the stability and the reliability of the provisions that are provided through the reality of the existence of these provisions for our benefit.

 

An eternal reference always relies on the vertical orientation more than it does on the horizontal perspective. Our reference for accuracy must be from both the horizontal vantage point and our reference must also include the view from the eternal and vertical vantage point of a greater authority.

Sadly, the vertical which guides our actions from the eternal reference is often not included.  It is interesting that when a vertical reference is included, we have a relationship and solution that is based on the union of a horizontal plank with a vertical plank.

  This union forms a cross where the strongest point is the nexus where the two planks come together.  Is this ironic, or coincidental or does this provide a reference or vantage point that proves that where the horizontal and the vertical come together, the planks are strongest?

Our vision and our focus are strongest when we include a vertical and eternal reference to our horizontal understanding.