A New Government  –  For the World

y voteThe problems and challenges of making ‘a better society for all’ are daunting to say the least. It remains to be seen whether the new government will be able to deliver all the promises made in its published manifesto. It is impossible to legislate for every eventuality and the only real fact is that the future, in men’s hands, is full of uncertainty and fraught with peril.

There is another manifesto which has the quality of absolute authority and the hallmark of truth. It is God’s manifesto. It declares the establishing of a new World government, the setting up of a new order which will re-make this World as God intended it to be.

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Psalm 22:27-28,Psalm 72:18-19,Isaiah 9:6-7

It will be a time of unprecedented peace and prosperity

Psalm 72:7; Isaiah 32:17,18; Luke 2:14; Revelation 7:16,17

 Poverty will be consigned a blight of history

Psalm 72:12,13-Matthew 5:3

Robust and vigorous good health will render a health service unnecessary

Psalm 103:3-5;Isaiah 40:29; 57:18,19; 65:20; Zechariah 8:4; Revelation 22:2

There will be a universal, unlimited and superior education

Isaiah 2:3; 30:21; Matthew 11:28-30

There will be work, satisfying work, for all

Isaiah 58:12; 61:4; Micah 4:3; Amos 9:14

Fear and conflict will be eradicated

Isaiah 2:4; Micah 4:4; Zechariah 8:5

Religious hatred will be swept away

Isaiah 2:2,3; Zechariah 8:23

Crime, wrongdoing and rebellion will not be tolerated

Psalm 2:2,9; 72:9;; 2Thessalonians 2:8

A pollution free, regenerated planet will yield fruit and produce in rich  abundance

Psalm 72:16; Isaiah 55:13; Amos 9:13; Revelation 22:3

The nations of the world will retain their identity, but immigration will become irrelevant

Isaiah 2:4; 19:23-25; Ezekiel 28:24-26; Zechariah 2:4

Men and women will be united in the worship the one true God


The promised transformation will be effected when God establishes His rule and His kingdom in the earth

Psalm 72:1-3; Isaiah 11:4,5; 32:1

The fundamental difference between this government and man’s rule is the principle of righteousness

Psalm 2:6; 48:2; Isaiah 62:1-3

The foundation will be true justice. God’s son, the Lord Jesus Christ, is the appointed King who will reign for God

Psalm 2:6, 1Corinthians 15:24

He will rule righteously because his character is perfectly righteous

Isaiah 53:11; Luke23:47; Acts3:13-15; 1Peter2:22

Jerusalem, not London, will be the place of his throne and the centre of his administration

Psalm 2:6; 48:2; Isaiah 62:1-3

As the U.K. embarks on a new phase in Government, are you still bewildered and unsure as to the future?

Here is advice:

Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help. His breath goeth forth, he returneth to his earth; in that very day his thoughts perish. Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the LORD his God.”

Psalm 146:3-6

God raised up a son 2000 years ago to accomplish His plan; He has promised to send His son again soon to consummate that purpose

Luke 21:25-27; Acts 1:11; 3:19-21

Read His promise for the future and put your trust in Him!

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