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By Charles F Baker

During this major paintings of two 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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It was given by Christ to His disciples for the preaching of the gospel of the kingdom with the miracles and outward physical signs which were to follow them that believe (Mark 16:15-18). The only thing it has 43 in common with our commission is that it was world-wide in its proclamation. In contrast, its message was the gospel of the kingdom with water baptism for the remission of sins, whereas our commission is the message of reconciliation apart from water baptism (1 Corinthians 1:17). The acceptance of this message of reconciliation brings one into the new creation.

Believers who are alive at this time will be changed from mortal to immortal, but when Christ returns to earth to establish His kingdom, the living will continue to live upon the earth in mortal bodies. At the Rapture the dead in Christ will be changed from corruptible to incorruptible, and together with the living will be caught up to meet the Lord in the air. No such event can be found in the prophetic Scripture. Hence, Paul refers to it as a mystery or secret. Paul's reference to the Mystery here and in 2:7, and his positive statement, "Now ye are the Body of Christ, and members in particular" (12:27), are a sufficient answer to the claims of some that the Mystery and the Body of Christ did not appear until after Acts 28.

One further dispensational comment should be made on Chapter 11:2, where Paul says: I have espoused you to one husband, that I may present you as a chaste virgin to Christ. A perennial question is, who is the Bride of Christ? The Bride, the Lamb' s wife, in Revelation 21 is clearly identified as the New Jerusalem with the names of the twelve tribes of Israel on the gates and the names of the Twelve apostles upon the foundations. But Paul is not here talking about the New Jerusalem. Throughout the Bible in all dispensations God's relationship to His people is one of love and is often pictured in the metaphor of husband and wife.

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