Truth in Teaching

We are taught things in Christianity, that are Biblically not what Scripture says,
they are in fact Scripturally not fact, or the truth.
They sound true, good, and right, but in fact cause us to look into the opposite direction, and away from the truth.

An example of what Scripture truly does say, but is not taught.

Mat 24:14
14) And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.

An example of a teaching, that is truly not Scripture.

“The Gospel of Salvation shall be Preached unto all the world, then the end shall come.”

The question therefore exists, where does this teaching come from, and why?
This is clearly contrary to what Scripture in fact does say, so why is it taught as truth?
If you look in Scripture, you will find, the entire phrase “The Gospel of Salvation”, does not exist within the pages of the Bible, at all.
The point being, we as the Church, while looking the other way, have missed any teaching about the Kingdom of (God, Heaven).

I am not saying that we should not “Preach Salvation,” Jesus shed His blood for our Salvation, but He also came to establish His Kingdom, that is where Jesus wants us to live, and we have not been taught anything about it.

The first thing Jesus Preached, after His wilderness experience of 40 days, and His Temptation.

Mat 4:17
17) From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

Jesus Himself taught.

Mat 6:33
33) But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

How do we seek His Kingdom, where is His Kingdom, how, and when do we enter His Kingdom?

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