Within the family of God, exists the spiritual house of the Master Yeshua Emmanuel.
In this domain as well as in all of Heaven, exists no divisions, denominations or doctrinal differences.
It is the Great Yeshua that affirmed during His physical incarnation in Judea that His Father was the God of Adam, Abraham, Jacob, Moshe, Noah and all the patriarchs between them and David!
Everyone that espouses and lives by the Covenant God made with Abraham are the very children of God's family.
Moreover Yeshua affirmed that his true mother, brethren and sisters, all his kin are those who seek to do the will of God.
The children of God are individual souls created by the Father. But our souls are not created when we are born. These are in fact baby spirits before they have obtained soul. When they obtain soul they will have chosen the invitation by the Son of God to become heirs of heavenly glory. That is why you hear the saying often that "to enter into the Kingdom of the Father ye must be born again....."
Those who have not chosen the invitation to live under this Covenant are no less made in the image of God but they do not inherit the express promises of the seed of Abraham and Yeshua.
This invitation comes through the Holy Spirit received and accepted through the Holy Spirit and through no other way.
Being a child of God under the Covenant by no means pertains to any nationality, class, religion, race, community or political affiliation.
Being a child of God does not necessarily mean being Christian or Jewish.
A child of God can originally have been of any other religion than the Christian or the Jew, any creed, any race.
What is more interesting is that there may be many Christians and Jews who may not actually be part of the family of God!
So to identify a child of God simply by native origin, creed or theology is erroneous.
For God calls everyone through the Spirit yet few respond to His invitation, even the ones who were descendants of the Patriarchs!
From ancient times in the Middle East, many religions arose to idolize the power of kings and emperors even going so far as regarding them as deity. This was certainly the case in Egypt with the line of Pharaohs.
But the Abrahaminic covenant created a form of direct connection to God bypassing the idolatry of kings and emperors and was observed by the most faithful.
During Yeshua's time, there arose different beliefs surrounding this Covenant. But Yeshua validated man's ancient covenant with God without the need to defer to, identify with or pay lip service with any creed or authority. This was so even for the Jewish creeds from which many claims arose that purported them as 'chosen'.
But the rabbinical castes with 'clout' or 'power' often argued against this. They tried to detract from ancient histories purporting that the only path to God was through obeisance to a priesthood.
Authoritarianism in religion is evident today within the framework of the Christian narrative just as it was then for the Jews.
That is exactly why within the Christian body it is difficult to discern who is righteously aligned with the covenant of Abraham. In fact the body of Christ which is split many ways, is under grave danger of being depicted as siding with the idolatry of the enemy.
For Yeshua never intended such disunity within the body of his followers.
In fact, there are MANY Christian denominations. They all are vying for the same influence, many in varied degrees of subtle coercion and strategy.
But God never intended theology and religion to dominate the soul.
Yet those working as part of the Christian ministry have almost all but lost the true meaning of the Covenant.
The Christian ministry is expected to be working for a special harvest: the harvest of souls. Instead they are attempting to govern the moral code of baby spirit seekers and repress the spirituality of community that is supposed to evolve and grow.