Kirby Clements Sr. has co-pastored for 25 years at a 10,000-member church in Decatur, Georgia, where he served as bishop over both national and international ministries. He and his wife, Sandra, have been sent forth to establish and reinforce leaders and ministries around the world, including Africa, Asia, South America, Australia, the Caribbean, countries in Europe and North America. He also serves on the Board of Directors for several ministries. He and his wife have authored 13 books and continue to organize seminars and other events that educate and inspire believers.
Dr. Clements received a bachelor of science from Morehouse College, a Doctor of Dental Surgery from Howard University School of Dentistry, and a master of science in Dentistry from Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry.
“Thy Kingdom come” represents a desire for the coming fulfillment of God’s recreation of humanity. However, the concept of Kingdom itself has historically presented a variety of interpretations. This work explores the relationship between the concept of the Kingdom of God and the redeemed community’s attitude and behavior.
It was the first megachurch known for its Kingdom theology, excellent musical expressions, dramatic presentations, integrated congregation, and its massive neo-gothic sanctuary called the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. Since the death of its founder, Earl Paulk, amidst public scandal and financial insolvency, the authors remained a part of the ministry until its end. This is their record.
The pages of this work are filled with wonderful words of counsel and knowledge. Brief, concise, simple and profound, yet these proverbs provide an understanding into some of the most challenging issues. These insightful proverbial sayings will empower you to think and act in exciting new ways. There is so much wisdom between so few pages.
While there is no deficit of religious intelligence, there is a need for spiritual understanding. In essence, there is an intelligence that comprehends the divine-human connection with all of its privileges, promises, and responsibilities. This book is based upon this premise. It is a collection of writings comprising more than three decades of experiences both within and beyond the church walls.