Saturday, January 26, 2019

Dispensations in the Bible

Dispensations in the Bible



Published on Feb 29, 2016 by
Robert Breaker
Sermon for Sunday, January 18, 2015. This is the seventeenth sermon preached in English on thecloudchurch.org. It was preached by Pastor/Missionary Evangelist Robert Breaker, and it shows the various dispensations or time periods in the Bible.

Note: The original video had over 10 minutes of missing material. IN THIS VIDEO I ADD THE MISSING MATERIAL so that the video can be watched in it's entirety.



'Hey, if you wanna go to heaven, this is the way!' - Paul's Message



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    1. Hi Robert! Nice robot imitation! 9:03 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y4lKqGxfXI&t=543s

      Rightly dividing the Word is the goal of this article, and it is an
      indispensable key to proper understanding of the Bible. The abundance of
      scriptural evidence detailed in the third section makes it very clear
      that Revelation is doctrine for Israel, which was written to Jews who
      believed in Jesus Christ, by an apostle of the circumcision, for direct
      application in the prophetic "kingdom" dispensation. At the destruction
      of Jerusalem and the temple, God placed that dispensation in abeyance in
      70 AD, to be resumed in the future tribulation.

      The entire book of Revelation, including chapters 1-3, is deeply rooted in Old Testament
      prophecy. It is doctrinally aligned with the epistles of Peter, James,
      John, and Jude, all of whom were apostles of the circumcision, as well
      as to the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Hebrews, and the Old
      Testament.

      The dispensation of grace in which we now live is
      revealed in Romans through Philemon, our Apostle Paul's letters to the
      Gentiles, with Acts being the book of transition between the two
      dispensations.

      Source: http://www.matthewmcgee.org/7church.html

      Israel's Kingdom Gospel and Our Grace Gospel
      http://www.matthewmcgee.org/2gospels.html

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