Kingdom Come Films Dig Deeper into Bible Prophecies

Documentary trilogy delves into the Destiny, Dominion, and Downfall of human history.

Kyle Vincent and Juliana Muniz, Adventist Record, and Adventist Review
Kingdom Come Films Dig Deeper into Bible Prophecies
A behind-the-scenes look at an interview in the latest episodes of Kingdom Come. [Photo: Kingdom Come]

The documentary trilogy Kingdom Come concluded with the premiere of parts two and three at the Big Camp meeting of the North New South Wales (NNSW) Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia on April 15. Kingdom Come: Dominion and Downfall complete the series that explores biblical prophecy through stunning visuals, powerful storytelling, and expert insights.

The project was spearheaded by former NNSW president Justin Lawman with the first film, Kingdom Come: Destiny, garnering widespread success and leading to the creation of the subsequent films. Destiny has been translated into eight languages and has reached nearly 20 million online views.

According to NNSW president Adrian Raethel, the goal is to create a documentary that speaks to people’s hearts and minds, helping them understand the Gospel’s good news through Bible prophecies. “Kingdom Come offers a message of hope and unity in a world filled with confusion and division,” Raethel said.

The launch event, attended by hundreds, garnered excitement and praise for the series’ potential to inspire and encourage viewers in their faith. NNSW communications coordinator Henrique Felix commented that the series is a powerful evangelism tool, enabling church members to share the message of salvation. “This is media outreach at its best, and I’d encourage our church members to not only watch it but also share it with others,” Felix added.

The films are available for free and will be distributed to churches, broadcast networks, and Christian organizations worldwide. Producers hope that the series will spark conversation, inspire ministry ventures, and serve as a catalyst for sharing the message of salvation. “The unique blend of experts, historians, authors, and commentators promises to engage audiences around the world,” producer Kyle Vincent said.

Trilogy Synopsis

Part 1: Destiny

Destiny, the first part of the Kingdom Come trilogy. [Image: Kingdom Come]

Famed astronomer Carl Sagan left a sentiment about our world that is felt by millions today: that it has no meaning and no purpose. Historical events challenge this belief when King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, the greatest empire in history, asked Daniel, a slave, to interpret a dream.

The king’s dream was of a statue, mighty and tall, but made of many metals — gold, silver, bronze, iron, and clay. This statue represented the historical rise and fall of each legendary empire. Join us as we uncover the truth behind this story and behind the legendary empires that have shaped our world.

Part 2: Dominion

Dominion, the second part of the Kingdom Come trilogy. [Image: Kingdom Come]

This ground-breaking documentary film draws back the curtain on the prophesied enemy of truth as foretold by Daniel the prophet. We discover that this enemy rose from within the church itself and was none other than the combination of the cruelty of the Caesars paired with the superstition of the pagan pontiffs. In this film, we hear from world experts who confirm the historical veracity of the Protestant Reformation and shine light on the darkness that enshrouded Europe, and the world, for over 1,000 years. In this film, Antichrist is revealed.

We take viewers on a gripping journey: from the eternal city emblazoned with treasures and superstition to a hidden valley of slaughter; from papal palaces of decadence to castles of refuge; from chambers of Inquisition to city squares of revolution and bloodshed. We discover a system of power and oppression that continues to misrepresent the Gospel truth but that will ultimately have its earthly dominion removed and replaced with the dominion of God Himself.

Part 3: Downfall

Downfall, the third part of the Kingdom Come trilogy. [Image: Kingdom Come]

In this film we uncover the final alliance of earthly powers that will seek to destroy God’s people and usher in an age of universal destruction. This film explores the prophesied rapid global rise of the United States, which was emboldened by the ravages of World War I, as foretold in Revelation 13, and its role in bringing the final events of world history to a close.

The prophecy is as confronting as it is clear: church and state will again unite, this time with even greater results. The stakes of this final conflict are eternal as the stage is set for the downfall of earthly governments and the establishment of an everlasting kingdom.

The original version of this story was posted on Adventist Record.

Kyle Vincent and Juliana Muniz, Adventist Record, and Adventist Review