The Urban Christian

Why The Grey Kingdom?

eBook: Demystifying the Grey Kingdom

When the idea to write this book came to my mind, I wanted to communicate that there are only two kingdoms at work in the world: the Kingdom of Light and the Kingdom of Darkness. When you get saved, you move from the dominion of the Kingdom of Darkness to the Kingdom of Light. You cross over from death to life. You don’t end up somewhere in-between where you define your way of salvation. Many believe that there is a neutral place where there are many ways to heaven. I call this place the Grey Kingdom. Spiritually, such a place does not exist. It is an illusion.

I have heard many people say they are not saved but are spiritual. We see in the Bible that God’s plan for our redemption is through getting saved by accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. He is the only way by which men are to be saved (Acts 4:12).

In the Grey Kingdom, people believe:

  1. There are many ways to heaven
  2. You don’t have to be saved, you can be spiritual
  3. It is okay to go to church on Sunday and consult diviners, astrologers, psychics, witch doctors, ancestral spirits or horoscopes during the week.
  4. You can be a Christian and follow traditional practices that go against the word of God.
  5. You can be a Christian and follow New Age teachings and practices with no spiritual consequences
  6. We worship the same God but call Him by different names

Jesus said He is the Way, the Truth and the Life and no one comes to the Father except through Him (John 14:6).

Receive God’s gift of salvation today: Jesus Christ.

Demystifying the Grey Kingdom goes into detail about the Kingdom of Light and the Kingdom of Darkness. It emphasizes that God’s kingdom is superior to the devil’s kingdom. If you find yourself in the Grey Kingdom, God is waiting to show you the truth from His Word.

Demystifying the Grey Kingdom is an eBook and is available in the following stores:




Barnes & Noble




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