This study seeks to do 4 things:
- Define dispensationalism.
- Trace the word in the Bible.
- See the need for dispensationalism.
- Hear what other men of God have had to say about the importance of this truth.
This study contains a doctrinal and dispensational exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians and a listing and commentary on every occurrence of the word “law” in the New Testament.
Many questions are being asked about the afterlife. People are wondering: What will happen to me after I die? Does the soul sleep between death and the resurrection? Does everybody automatically go to heaven when they die? Will there really be a physical resurrection sometime in the future? Are Heaven and Hell real places? The State and Place of the Dead provides Biblical answers for these questions and others.
You may think you know the whole story of Cain and Abel, but do you? After 20 years of study, Gary Miller has pieced together a complete picture, one that religion doesn’t want you to know. The founder of all religion will be revealed and the “way” he established exposed. Once you begin the journey through the Scriptures, you’ll never look at religious men the same. Many souls are in jeopardy, for God pronounces “Woe” to those who follow Cain’s “way.” Eternal life is at stake!
Understanding the Bible and End Times is the result of a nearly thirty year pursuit by author Fred Lewis to understand the Bible, especially End Times. The length of the journey was due to much confusion created by the various systems of interpretation developed over the many centuries since the completion of the Bible. While Fred doesn’t feel he still has all the answers, he does feel that he now has the foundation laid to enable him to understand the Bible and End Times.
Because of false assumptions and confusion in doctrine, Pastor O’Hair felt that very few preachers were making any effort to obey Ephesians 3:9: “And to make all men see what is the dispensation of the mystery, which from the beginning of the world hath been hid in God.”
As to his purpose in publishing these lessons, Pastor O’Hair wrote: “In these lessons we are not only showing why this order is not obeyed; but we are endeavoring to present constructive Bible messages building up from the foundation to the capstone of Divine truth.”
By answering the who, what, when, where and why questions throughout the Bible, the majestic panorama of God’s Word unfolds in this volume by showing the difference between Israel’s gospel of the kingdom and the gospel of the grace of God for the Body of Christ. An answer key is included to aid your study group or home school class.
Pastor Baker’s primary objective in this book was to show the relationship between the earthly teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ and those of the Old Testament prophets, the Book of Acts, the Pauline epistles, and the future development of the Kingdom of God.
Includes Scripture Index
This book correlates the epistles written by Paul during and after the Acts Period with the text. The hitherto unrevealed dispensation committed to Paul is developed, showing both the differences and the similarities between God’s spiritual programs for Israel’s Kingdom and for the Church which is the Body of Christ.
Spotlights from God’s Word the warning against clinging to the “divers baptisms” and sets forth the blessedness of being submerged into the Lord Jesus Christ by the one great baptism.
A great contribution to studies in Daniel, written from a premillenial, dispensational perspective. Scholarship is combined with a spiritual emphasis to bring to bear God’s great plan of the ages on the lives of believers today. A unique chapter-by-chapter commentary, full of insights for pastors, teachers, and Bible students.
Includes Scripture Index
Isaiah has been called the “greatest of all Old Testament prophets.” Concepts concerning the suffering Savior, the Last Days, the Great Tribulation, and the Millennial Kingdom are all contained in its 66 unique chapters. Isaiah flows with warnings and judgments, history, comfort and salvation.
In this commentary, Harry Bultema is careful to place each scene in its proper eschatological position. Writing from a premillenial and pre-tribulation viewpoint he unfolds the book of Isaiah in a spiritual, scholarly manner. His chapter-by-chapter commentary pays worthy tribute to one of the great prophetic books in the Scriptures.
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