Kingdom of Heaven Embassies is the corporate identity representing a private endeavour of an observant Jew named Immanuel, seeking, finding, calling, equipping, sending, and supporting emissaries to the nations in the name of the Lord Rabbi Yeshua MiNatzeret (Jesus of Nazareth), is association with faithful servants of Yeshua who join him, Jew and Gentile alike. Please click the links above for more on this.
Following its inspiration, preparations for the work of Kingdom of Heaven Embassies began shortly after an initial, one-time gift of $12,000 was extended to Immanuel by another Jewish man the very moment he was calling out to the Most High for the resources with which to begin. The donor knew nothing of the vision, simply being led to give to Immanuel for whatever he might see fit to use the money for in the service of G-d.
Since then, strides have been taken in the planning and preparations for the work, including the corporate identity, related materials, and contents found here at Malkhut.com, for example, from which nation-specific subsites will be derived (i.e. us.malkhut.com). Meanwhile, subsequent contributions have totalled less than $500 to date, not counting what Immanuel has himself contributed of his own time and money, nor donations received from North American supporters of an orphanage in India on behalf of that orphanage, as a free service—all of which have been forwarded to them without charge.
We are currently seeking 360 noble visionaries who will entrust us with their part of the king’s tenth (1 Shmuel / Samuel 8:11-17) for the implentation of the second phase of our work. Please visit the campaign page for details. Financial contributions are essential to the work and we are committed to righteous financial stewardship, knowing that we will surely give an account to G-d as to how we made use of the resources with which we are entrusted, in addition to our supporters.
Having said this, it must also be said that we are not of this world. Embassies is not a registered charity, non-profit organization, or business, although we have established a “corporate identity” for the sake of the work. As such, contributions given for this work are not tax-receiptable, even as Rabbi Yeshua and his emissaries did not issue tax receipts to those who supported his work in the first century (Luke 8:3). We are also therefore free from constraints associated with being registered with worldly-governments as charities and/or non-profit organizations.
As the psalm says,
‘The kings of the Earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against HaShem and against His Messiah, saying, ‘Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us.”
— Tehillim (Psalms) 2:2-3
Let the servants of the Lord Yeshua realize their reward is from the Most High, Who gives to those who give to worthy causes, and adds still more to them (Lukas / Luke 6:38, Mark 4:24). A person cannot receive a single thing if it is not given to him from Heaven (Yokhannan / John 3:27).
To begin with, financial contributions will be received and administered as private gifts to and from Immanuel in the name of the Lord Yeshua. As the work progresses, the emissaries of national embassies will also begin to receive contributions from their respective nations for the establishment of national embassies, consulates, programs and services, etc., and will in turn give the tenth to Kingdom of Heaven Embassies, in order for the work to continue.
Regular financial statements will be provided the servants of the Lord Yeshua who support the work when the support merits it. These will also be considered first for opportunities for further service with us, as volunteers and paid staff.