The Kingdom of God and the Spiritual Fulfillment

"On one occasion, while he was eating with them, he gave them this command: "Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift my Father promised, which you have heard me speak about."  

Acts 1:4

Although they, the apostles, for their training, had heard about the Father's promise, not only by the mouth of Jesus but also by the prophetic revelation, however, they were not aware of the importance and meaning of this procedure.

God's purpose was essentially focused on satisfying a clear need. To enhance, optimize values and virtues, to provide them with "human quality".

Without human quality, the disciples did not have the power, nor could they know, interpret and execute God's plan for their lives.

Purifying Therapy is the procedure intended to inform and provide believers the environment and the means of grace so that they can reach the Spiritual Fullness

The word "spiritual fullness" is defined as the state of a thing or person that has attained its moment of maximum perfection or development. In relation to an individual aspect, it is understood as ideal and perfect and therefore cannot be improved.

From the Christian perspective, the believer reaches the spiritual fullness, when God fills it entirely with his Holy Spirit. The apostles of Christ and other disciples are an example of this. They attained spiritual fulfillment, thanks to a "Father's promise."

The promise came true in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. That day They were all filled with the Holy Spirit, They got their optimal spiritual level or what is the same, "human quality." It is inferred, therefore, that the desire and the express will of God for the believers, is the spiritual fulfillment. In other words, the moral image of God with which the first spiritual man, fullness, was created, can be recovered when the believer is baptized with the Holy Spirit. When their "human quality" is equal to spiritual fullness.