According to what we have said before, it is clear that the Kingship of Christ is not realized through submission and obedience, although these seem to be essential characteristics of the Royal Institution (the consequences for those who refuse to acknowledge and accept this Institution is quite another matter: see 1 Cor 15: 24-27; Apoc 19: 15-16; 20-21); rather, as the Apostle said, the Kingship of Christ becomes actualized through justice, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit (we must not be misled here: justice and peace must be understood according to their meaning in the New Testament).
It goes without saying that in the Kingdom of the Children and the Poor –Spiritual Infancy and Poverty—the King will surely be He Who is the most Child-like and the Poorest of them all. As so it certainly is, indeed; although this reality will sound strange to those who do not have a clear idea of the loftiness of Spiritual Infancy and Christian Poverty. Nevertheless, since both are realities closely connected with Love, we can conclude that we have found the main component of the Kingdom whose Lord is Jesus Christ. This confirms once more that the Royalty of Jesus Christ, despite some similarities with human Royalty, really has little in common with it.