This question challenges the traditional teaching on the kingdom of God by suggesting there are three distinct kingdoms. The discovery begins in 1 Corinthians 15:20-26.
Many perspectives overlap the Day of the Lord with what’s referred to as the Great Tribulation – assuming they refer to the same time period.
The descendants of Jacob (Israel) are God’s chosen people. They entered into a covenant with God and unknowingly prepared the way for the world’s redemption.
God’s elect are those called, chosen, and faithful to him until the end. They are priests and rulers with Christ in his earthly kingdom.
The word of God reveals both the will of God and the Spirit of God. It leads those willing to trust God into life everlasting.
The Son of God is the one to whom all power and authority has been given in heaven and on earth.
Our presuppositions filter how we see God and understand his will for ourselves, fellow Christians, and the world.