The Kingdom Of God Under Human Government

Studying Bible Prophecy

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After the flood, God instituted human government.  It was a system especially designed to stop useless bloodshed (by animals as well as humans) and to enforce capital punishment.  In Genesis 9:5, God said to Noah and his sons, “And surely I will require your lifeblood; from every beast I will require it. And from every man, from every man’s brother I will require the life of man.”

Thus, at this juncture in history, human government was God’s plan to protect and preserve the human race, and therefore, to keep His kingdom in operation.  This phase of the kingdom continued until a powerful leader named Nimrod (a descendent of Ham) rebelled against human government, and likewise against God’s authority, and established his own authority and kingdom.  Consequently, a new ungodly system of worship was instituted (Gen. 10:6-12; 11:1-9).

Sometime after the kingdom of Nimrod was established, the Lord saw their wickedness…

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