One result of America’s national, inceptive history (i.e., disdaining the role of Britain’s king),is that the scriptural “Kingdom of God” concept has at times been difficult to grasp and explain. An inductive study of this topic in the Bible leads to three macro-conclusions. First, the theme pervades God’s Word from Genesis to Revelation. Second, the motif appears quite intricate, presenting at times perspectives which at first glance seem to be contradictory. Third, the “Kingdom of God” represents the core subject of Scripture. As a result, the grand idea of God’s kingdom in Scripture has become dominant in the church’s hymn history.