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A kingdom was visual. It is a part of the world that is ruled by a King. The 1st century Jews lived under the Romans. This was the same concept: the Romans ruled over them. The Jews were hoping for a Messiah to establish visual kingdom; to restore the kingdom of Israel and its power.

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