Jesus was Kingdom-driven. He was led by the Spirit into the wilderness. He was driven to a particular place (the desert) to be tempted by the adversary. The online dictionary defines the word "driven" as "operated, moved, or controlled by a specified person or source of power." Therefore, we understand the source of power that moved or led Christ into the wilderness was, the Spirit.
On the other hand, the term, "Kingdom, Kingdom of God, and Kingdom of Heaven" are words used in ancient history and today. It reflects the language of kings and queens; therefore, kingdom is "a country, state, or territory ruled by a king or queen." Kingdom is also described as the "spiritual reign or authority of God." The Kingdom of God is made up of three elements: righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit. Kingdom-driven creatives are led by Holy Spirit! Holy Spirit becomes the driving force behind their entrepreneurship, writing, art, and creativity.
For the kingdom of God is not eating and drinking,
Kingdom-driven creatives and writing prophets align their creativity with God's Kingdom. Our mission at The Writer's Inkhorn International is to teach Kingdom-driven strategies for prosperous results so you can prosper creatively in your spirit, soul, and body. We do this by equipping and inspiring creatives to lead Kingdom-driven and significant lives and by promoting handwriting as an essential component to literacy. Be encouraged and be Kingdom-driven!