26 Concepts And Components of A Kingdom by Dr. Myles Munroe 

Dr. Myles Munroe taught us 26 components that every true kingdom possesses. God’s Kingdom which is the ultimate of all Kingdoms also possesses these components.

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26 Components of the Kingdom of God

1. The Kingdom Principle of Kings

The king is the central component of a kingdom and embodies the essence of the kingdom. The king is the ultimate source of authority in the kingdom and through this authority establishes the kingdom. The sovereignty of the king is inherent in his royal authority. God is King in the Kingdom of God.

2. The Kingdom Lordship Principle

All true kings must have property or a domain over which they exercise rulership of dominion. Therefore, all true kings are personally legal owners of property, territory, or their domain. Another word for owner is “lord.” All true kings are automatically lords.

Kings own all that is in their domain. Kings rule or command whatever is in their property or domain. Kings have absolute authority and control over their property. God is Lord of our lives and all resources in the Kingdom.

3. The Kingdom Domain Principle

The domain of a king is the territory over which he exercises authority, control, and dominion. The king owns his domain and can expand or extend it by the power of his might. The wealth of the domain determines the king’s glory. When the king impacts the domain with his influence it is called his “kingdom.”

4. The Kingdom Constitution Principle

The constitution of the kingdom is the documented will, intent, desires, and purposes of the king for his citizens and kingdom. The Bible is the constitution of God’s Kingdom.

5. The Kingdom Law Principle

The law of the kingdom is the proclaimed word, decrees, and edicts of the king, and these laws determine the standards and precepts by which the kingdom is to be governed. God’s kingdom also operates by Laws as contained in the Bible.

6. The Kingdom Keys Principle

The keys of the kingdom are the principles, precepts, laws, and systems by which the kingdom functions. The keys must be learned and applied by the citizens to appropriate the benefits and privileges of the kingdom. The Keys to God’s Kingdom are His instructions given in the Bible.

7. The Kingdom Citizenship Principle

Citizenship in a kingdom is not a right but a privilege, and it is at the pleasure of the king himself. Citizens are chosen by the king and are beneficiaries of the king’s pleasure and promises. You become a citizen of God’s Kingdom when you believe in Jesus Christ and change your thinking.

8. The Kingdom Royal Privilege Principle

Royal privileges of the kingdom are the benefits the king affords his citizens. They serve as a security for being in good standing with the king. God’s grace grants us access to His royal privileges or blessings.

9. The Kingdom Code of Ethics Principle

This is the standard of conduct established by the king for the behavior and social relationships of his citizens. This is also the expectation of the king regarding the values and moral standards the l citizens must adhere to.

The code of ethics becomes the foundation of the kingdom’s culture and manifests itself in the lifestyle of the citizens. Biblical doctrines are the codes of ethics of God’s Kingdom.

10. The Kingdom Commonwealth Principle

All kingdoms function on the principle of a commonwealth. The Commonwealth is the king’s commitment to see that all of his citizens have equal access to the wealth and resources of the kingdom.

This is important to the king because the quality of life of the citizens of a kingdom reflects the glory and reputation of the king. When the welfare of the king’s citizens is excellent, then the king’s reputation among other kings is honorable. God is personally committed to and involved in our welfare as His citizens.

11. The Kingdom Culture Principle

This is the lifestyle and way of life for the citizens manifested in their language, dress, eating habits, values, morals, and sense of self-worth and self-concept. God’s Kingdom has a culture of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

12. The Kingdom Economy Principle

All kingdoms operate on a system that secures 

 and sustains the strength and viability of the kingdom. The system involves the kingdom government providing opportunities for the citizens to participate in the benefits program of the kingdom’s prosperity through contributing to the work ethic and culture of the kingdom. We participate in God’s economy by giving to His work and serving in His house.

13. The Kingdom Taxation Principle

All kingdoms incorporate a taxation system, which allows their citizens to participate in the process of maintaining the kingdom’s infrastructure. The system allows the citizen to share in the kingdom’s commonwealth and return a set portion of the king’s resources to the king. Tithing is the taxation system of God’s Kingdom.

14. The Kingdom Army Principle

All kingdoms incorporate an army of security components to protect and defend their territory and citizens. The angels are the army of God’s Kingdom, charged with protecting the saints.

15. The Kingdom Delegated Authority Principle

All kingdoms establish a representative system that delegates responsibility to appointed citizens to serve as envoys or ambassadors of the kingdom or state.

Ambassadors personify and embody the king’s authority and the kingdom or state. Ambassadors are the property and responsibility of the state and thus do not concern themselves with their personal needs. Their primary purpose is to represent the interest of their kingdom.

We, believers, are the ambassadors of God’s Kingdom, representing it on Earth.

16. The Kingdom Ambassador Principle

An ambassador speaks for the kingdom and does not represent himself, only his kingdom. The ambassador is the kingdom’s agency for conveying its will, desires, and purposes in the territory to which he or she is assigned.

17. The Kingdom Education Principle

All kingdoms establish a system and program for training and educating their citizens. The education system is designed to transfer, re-enforce, and inculcate the laws, values, morals, and manners of the king and the kingdom to succeeding generations and new citizens. The Holy Spirit is our teacher in God’s Kingdom.

18. The Kingdom Administration Principle

All kingdoms establish a system through which they administer their judgments and programs to the citizens. The administrative program is also designed to protect the rights and privileges of the citizens and their access to the king’s favor.

19 . The Kingdom Principle of Glory

The glory of the king is all and everything in the kingdom that represents and manifests the true nature of the king himself. Glory means “true essence or full weight.”

20. The Kingdom Principle of Worship

The worship of a king is the expression of the citizen’s gratitude and appreciation to the king for his favor, privileges, and security of being in his kingdom. Worship is also an indication of the perceived worth that the king is to the citizen.

21. The Kingdom Principle of Provision

In all true kingdoms, the king is obligated to provide for his citizens and thus he makes provisions at his own expense for their security and welfare. God is our provider and He is committed to supplying our needs according to His riches.

22. The Kingdom Principle of Influence

All kingdoms are committed to making the influence of the king and his will felt throughout the entire kingdom.

23. The Kingdom Principle of Royal Favor

Royal favor is the sovereign prerogative of the king to extend a personal law to a citizen that positions that citizen to receive special privileges and advantages that are personally protected by the king. Grace is God’s favor to believers.

24. The Kingdom Principle of Decree

A royal decree is a declaration of a king that becomes law to all. It is sustained by the king’s commitment to bring the declaration or promise to pass. God is committed to bringing His promises in scriptures to pass.

25. The Kingdom Principle of Reputation

The king’s reputation is important to the king and is the source of the glory of his name. A king’s reputation is created and sustained by the conditions of his citizens and his kingdom. Therefore kings act in ways that are favorable for their name’s sake. Your life affects God’s reputation so He’ll do anything to make you reflect His glory and protect His reputation.

26. The Kingdom Principle of Giving to a King

Giving to a king activates the king’s obligation to demonstrate his glory and power to the giver and to prove that he is a greater king than all other kings. Giving to a king in his kingdom is the acknowledgment that all things belong to that king and the citizen is grateful. Giving to God benefits you because God owns everything.


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