Well it seems that what the renowned Reinhard Bonnke says here resonates with, and even answers, the question I posed in this post.
See what you think . . .
"I saw long ago that Christians often live far below their “Kingdom” possibilities.
They don't live as Kingdom people at all, but as ordinary folk who come appealing occasionally to God for help.
Help... that is a minor thing.
The great thing is that help is one of the things added to us when we seek first the Kingdom of God. (Matthew 6,33)
Some folk are looking for a lost coin when they should be looking for a Kingdom.
They have mislaid their whole inheritance.
It has all been illustrated in the New Testament.
We should be children of the Kingdom, blessed products of a new dimension, filled with power, filled with the Holy Spirit, walking by faith, hearing God's voice, rejoicing in all circumstances because no circumstance is of any consequence compared to the fact that the Kingdom of God is ours.
God bless you."
The man lives it.
It is not just a nice thought or a theoretical standpoint
He lives in this. (You can go to Youtube or Google his name if he is not known to you and check him out)
So its heartening to hear what he has to say abut this question.