This book is based on two statements in the book of Hebrews: “Thank God we have a Kingdom that cannot be shaken” and “Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today and forever.” Every kingdom of man is shakable. The world is seeking for stability and permanence but doesn’t know where to find it. This book is no utopian dream. Here Jones spells out the nature of God’s Kingdom and its social and practical implications for our time. This is God’s new order. H.G. Wells once said, “The Kingdom (of God) is the most radical proposal ever presented to the mind of man.” It was central to Jesus who “came preaching the gospel of the Kingdom.” The church has largely made the Kingdom peripheral. It must make it central instead. God’s order is totalitarian, demanding total obedience in the total life. This requirement for obedience is not bondage, it is total freedom.