Dear Jesus, If You are our King and we, as Your citizens, accept and obey Your rule over us then the Kingdom of God is populated by people who are willingly loyal, honest, and kind to others and who willingly embrace outlanders into their citizenry. The Kingdom of God on earth is an Utopia. It has no boundaries. It is more like a state of being. It is a state in which the citizens seek to learn and emulate the rule of their King. The King’s rule is Love. Their seeking is, in fact, their King’s seeking them. Why would anyone not want to be a citizen of this kingdom? Of course there are those who simply do not believe in God or His Kingdom. But there are also those “believers” who do not live, move, and think like citizens of God’s Kingdom seeming, apparently, as if they choose to live outside of it. If humanity is considered “obliged” to build up this kingdom, or at least strongly encouraged to do so, there is only one perfect King to follow – only one King whose Kingdom offers everlasting happiness to its citizens. No earthly king, no matter how magnanimous, offers a state of being without boundaries. In the prayer You taught us we say: “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done….” It is God’s will as our King that every one of us be a citizen of His Kingdom. That’s what we’re created for. If we say our King wills this, why is it not done?