There’s a good example of what it means to be on a Kingdom agenda in( Matthew 16 ). After Peter’s confession, Jesus told His disciples that He was going to the cross. Peter rebuked Jesus for saying this, but Jesus turned and said to Peter, Get behind me, Satan!” ( v.23 ). Jesus called Peter the devil because Peter was trying to stop Jesus from carrying out God’s agenda. Jesus let Peter know that he was operating on Satan’s agenda, not on God’s Kingdom agenda. Peter thought he was helping God by trying to stop Jesus from going to the cross. But in reality, to try to stop Jesus from going to the cross was to cooperate with the devil, since Satan’s goal was to keep Jesus from accomplishing what He came to do.