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KING'DOM, noun [king and dom, jurisdiction.]
1. The territory or country subject to a king; an undivided territory under the dominion of a king or monarch. The foreign possessions of a king are not usually included in the term kingdom Thus we speak of the kingdom of England, of France or of Spain, without including the East or West Indies.
2. The inhabitants or population subject to a king. The whole kingdom was alarmed.
3. In natural history, a division; as the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms.
4. A region; a tract; the place where any thing prevails and holds sway; as the watery kingdom
6. The power of supreme administration. 1 Samuel 18:8.
7. A princely nation or state.
Ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests. Exodus 19:6.
8. Heaven. Matthew 26:29.
9. State of glory in heaven. Matthew 5:3.
10. The reign of the Messiah. Mat 3.
11. Government; rule; supreme administration.
(Matthew 6:33; Mark 1:14, 15; Luke 4:43) = "kingdom of Christ" (Matthew 13:41; 20:21) = "kingdom of Christ and of God" (Ephesians 5:5) = "kingdom of David" (Mark 11:10) = "the kingdom" (Matthew 8:12; 13:19) = "kingdom of heaven" (Matthew 3:2; 4:17; 13:41), all denote the same thing under different aspects, viz.- (1) Christ's mediatorial authority, or his rule on the earth; (2) the blessings and advantages of all kinds that flow from this rule; (3) the subjects of this kingdom taken collectively, or the Church.
A king who called his servants to a reckoning
My kingdom is not of this world
Glad tidings of
KING'DOMED, adjective Proud of royalty.