Through the Bible DispensationallyThere has never been a time in history when a real knowledge of the Bible was so necessary. Yet, we live in a time of waning spirituality. The real key that unlocks the great truths of Scripture is to “rightly divide the Word of Truth.” This dispensational study book was written by a man who literally spent his life in studying and standing for the rightly divided Word. This is a complete dispensational study which will help the reader understand the Bible better. (70 pp.)

Table of Contents

  1. Creation Versus Evolution Only three creative acts of God are mentioned in the opening chapter of the Book of Genesis. First He created “The heaven and the earth” (verse 1), second He created all animal life (verse 21), and third He created human life (verses 26-27). The word “Beginning” in the opening verse of the Bible carries us back ...
  2. The Dispensation of Innocence The Edenic Age (From the Creation of Man to the Fall — Genesis 1-3) This age extended from the creation of man to the expulsion from the garden. The record of this first period of testing is found in Genesis 1:28 through Genesis 3:21. During this dispensation, the human race consisted of only two people. Their name was Adam; they lived ...
  3. The Dispensation of Conscience The Adamic Age (From the Expulsion to the Flood — Genesis 3:22-8:19) The expulsion of man from the garden of Eden closes the dispensation of innocence and opens the dispensation of conscience. Man is no longer without a knowledge of good and evil. He knows good and he knows evil, but lo, he finds himself under the dominion ...
  4. The Dispensation of Human Government The Noahic Age (From the Flood to the Tower of Babel — Genesis 8:20-11:32) This the third dispensation is called “The dispensation of human government” because it is the age in which man was first privileged to govern himself. From the days of Noah on down through the ages, and extending on to the yet future second advent ...
  5. The Dispensation of Promise The Abrahamic Age (From the Call of Abram to the Giving of the Law — Genesis 12:1 – Exodus 19:7) Two covenants between God and Abram are distinguished in the book of Genesis. One is a conditional covenant and the other is everlasting. Each of these covenants carry a seven-point agreement. They are outlined in chapters 12 and 17 as ...
  6. The Dispensation of Law The Mosaic Age (From Mount Sinai to Mount Calvary — Exodus 19:8 – Matthew 27:35) The law, which was “given by Moses” (John 1:17), falls into three divisions, each essential to the others, and together forming the Mosaic Covenant. The divisions are distinguished as follows: the Ten Commandments, which express the righteous will of God (Exodus 20:1-26); the Judgments, governing ...
  7. The Dispensation of Grace The Church Age (From the Crucifixion of Christ to His Return in Glory — John 1:17) While the Age of Grace stands out in direct contrast to the Dispensation of Law, which immediately precedes it, it is linked up with the Dispensation of Promise through the promised seed which is Jesus Christ. This means that John 1:17 should be studied ...
  8. What About Ordinances? Most of our present day churchmen contend for what they call the two church ordinances, water baptism and the Lord’s supper. The scriptural meaning of the word “ordinance” is not hard to find. The word itself means a civil, ceremonial or ecclesiastical statute, or law. It is used in Exodus 12:14 in connection with the commemoration of the ...
  9. The Kingdom Age (The 1000 Year Reign of Christ — Immediately after the tribulation and immediately preceding the setting up of Christ’s Kingdom on earth, God shall manifest His mighty ruling power through signs in the heavens and signs on the earth. Both “The heavens, and the earth” and even “the sea” shall be shaken by “A great earthquake” (Haggai ...