We value Prayer. Those who are in God's Kingdom pray with faith and confidence for themselves, for others, and the coming of God's Kingdom. Their praying is not a matter of self-glorifying public performance or empty words, but a sincere and straightforward dependence upon God. Without God, our Father, the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, we can do nothing of eternal good.
We value Humility. No one gets into the Kingdom on their own merits, so we have no grounds for boasting and no basis for pride or self-importance. Instead, we should desire to serve one another. Jesus saw himself as a servant and expected his followers to imitate his example. For similar reasons, there should be no critical and loveless judging of others.
We value Generosity with our wealth and possessions. Jesus spoke a good deal about how we handle possessions and money. He pointed out that although both are good things, they pose dangers. They provide a misleading illusion of security and can all too easily become preoccupations that get in the way of loving God. Those in the Kingdom are to hold lightly to both wealth and possessions and be prepared to give them away.
We value Integrity. As Kingdom People, we are trustworthy. We do what we promise and do not need to make oaths or vows to strengthen our promises. As Jesus followers, we practice what we preach. The hypocrisy and distorted faith that characterized some of Jesus' contemporaries should be absent in the Kingdom.