Kingdom Citizens Go by My Peace!

Kingdom Citizens Go by My Peace
– All Else Sin!


There is a peace that passes all understanding, (Philippians 4:7) this piece is designed to guide you through all situations while you are on planet earth,  (Colossians 3:15).

You are representing the Kingdom of God, meaning you are a kingdom ambassador, an Ambassador of the King.  Everyday you are on earth, you are representing what is done in heaven, and how it’s done in heaven.  From heaven’s perspective a new believer is not related to time or age but related to revelation.

Heaven’s definition of a New Believer:

Heaven considers you a new believer: if you have had My blood applied to your life and you are born again, born from above, however you have not had the revelation that you are to be walking according to Kingdom principles, in perfect peace, with no fear, you are still considered a new believer, John 3:5-8.

New believers on earth, that have not entered into kingdom citizenship, have only you ambassadors, as mentors, to be able to learn to walk in peace.  Everything outside of peace is worry, and worry is sin, (Romans 14:23), because it shows a lack of faith, everything outside of faith is sin.

If you are worried about the outcome of the elections you are sinning.

If you are worried about how you will survive financially during the come weeks months and even years, you are sinning.

Worry removes all traces of Kingdom peace, Kingdom piece is the ambassadors guidance system!  When you walk in fear or doubt, you have no sure guidance system, and you may well be following following a stranger’s voice instead of My voice.


Peace that passes all understanding and rules your heart, is not an option for a kingdom citizen, it is a must, in order to be able to endure to the end on planet earth, (Matthew 24:13).


Jim Hammerle

Jim HammerleJim Hammerle  (1941-2017) began ministering with David Wilkerson and Nicky Cruz, founding Teen Challenge Philadelphia. 6 times pastoring a mission ship, 15 years with TV and radio, a retired businessman, Jim helped feed Ugandan widows and orphans, and helped Muslims find the Jesus who fed them. He was His banker and was privileged to give His money away, helping to build a Haiti orphanage and invest in USA lives.  Jim passed away on May 23, 2017 to be with the LORD.

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