A king does not only own land he does own also its inhabitants. The best produce of the land and the best breeds of livestock would be his own. Kings live in castles and they are usually the most prominent and outstanding structures in their communities.
This gesture does not end with the king alone but it is extended down to his seed. In the absence of a king the princes are the kings. When the king dies, one of his children succeeds him and it becomes business as usual in the kingdom. Where is the university for learning kingship? It is nowhere except that the children learn royalty and understudy their parent as they grow. The kingís subordinates treat the princes and princesses as their leaders and not as mere children no matter the age difference. Whatever they speak it is taken note of and that is why they donít talk anyhow. And the places they go to for entertainment are not where commoners go and they carry about themselves as kings. They are kings in the making and they get the best in life.
You are in no way different from the princes and princesses; you are a child of the King, a chosen individual and a royal priesthood. Royalty is in your blood (1Peter 2:9). Our God is the Lord of lords and King of kings. You are an extension of Godís Kingdom on earth. Only the best of this land belongs to you and you are not meant to settle for less but for the best. Our God owns cattle on a thousand hills; you can enjoy them too. That limo meant for your daddy you can ride it too. You are moving with power because you are in the bloodline of the King. You have the same immunity that your Father has and you cannot be arrested.
Move with confidence and authority because you are a child of the King. You are royalty; you are an extension of the Kingís power. God bless you.
Author: Wilani William Bashaki