What happened to what we hear?
What happened to what we see?
Let the voice of freedom be heard.
Can respect and honor be seen?
“Be honest, be faithful, and be true”.
Can its meaning be heard a-new?
What happens when reality is silenced?
Who will say what needs to be said?
So called music has gone
From a soothing melody, to bang on.
So called art has moved, it seems,
From actuality to streaks across the scene.
Freedom has the right to say
” In God we trust”,
Does this, our lifestyle display
Or self desires rule our way?
What happens in the end result?
Does someone need to consult?
Consider the words our maker gave,
That love and life, it may save.
There is the knowledge of life everlasting
In the love of the One true Son of God.
The great words of life is the Bible
Instructing the believer in Him.
Gods only Son came to be our Saviour
His Spirit dwells within our journey here.
We want to be gladly rejoicing
In the love of the Saviour;s true word.
When the heavens above have opened,
The believer will appear with the Lord.
In newness of life, in His likeness
There to be in life everlasting.
Dispensation pertains to the order of the household, the administration of a time. Dispensational truth is progressive, denotes change, suggests new order or administration. Watch for words like, ‘but now’. ‘therefore’, and words that denote change.
According to the dictionary, dispensation is “a system of divine ordering of affairs, considered to have been divinely revealed or appointed”. The time from Adam to Abraham was before the chosen nation, before the ten commandments and promises of land and earthly possessions to Israel, and was a different dispensation than when God was dealing with the chosen nation Israel.
The time from the covenant with the people of Israel through to Acts 28:28 was a new dispensation than the time before the establishing of the chosen nation. It had characteristics of prophecy, promises of land from the Nile to the Euphrates and wording like ‘from the foundation of the world’.
The books written after the close of Acts and books written during that time, the phrase’ before the foundation of the world’ tell of a plan not previously revealed until the last books that complete the scripture. Read Ephesians and Colossians. They tell of a heavenly calling, of one new man, spiritual blessings and of the spirit of Christ within, and the hope of the believer appearing with Him at His appearing.