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By Charles F Baker

During this major paintings of 2 hundred plus pages, each New testomony e-book is taken into account. An emphasis on every one book's certain dispensational beneficial properties is obviously, consisely recommend.

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The Jews were the only ones who had been given the Law, but "when the Gentiles, which have not the Law, do by nature the things contained in the Law, these, having not the Law, are a law unto themselves" (2:14). In chapter 3 he explains why God gave the Law to Israel. He tested this people for fifteen centuries under His perfect law and they all failed the test. This fact proved both Jews and Gentiles were all under sin (3:9) and that the whole world is guilty before God (3:19). "Therefore by the deeds of the Law there shall no flesh be justified before God: for by the Law is the knowledge of sin" (3:20).

Under the Law a woman could never divorce her husband. Under Christ' s earthly teaching divorce was permitted in case of fornication (not adultery). Divorce and remarriage for any other reason would result in the sin of adultery (Matthew 19:3-12). Under grace Paul makes no allowance for divorce and remarriage. Twice he restates the principle: The wife is bound by the Law as long as her husband liveth; but if her husband be dead, she is at liberty to be married to whom she will; only in the Lord (v.

Peter did not preach a word about the church. The Lord chose Saul of Tarsus, the persecutor of the church, as steward of this hidden Mystery. It was revealed to him. " The apostles and prophets (New Testament prophets and teachers) also received the truth concerning the Mystery, but as under him, to whom the Lord gave the revelation first of all. They were acquainted through Paul's revelation with the Mystery, and the Holy Spirit led them into the knowledge of it (pp. 84, 85) We can heartily concur with everything in this statement with the one exception that this new dispensation began at Pentecost.

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