Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries

This dispensation answers questions about the Jews. polygamy, marriage, and divorce.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Through the communication of the word of God, which is especially for us as Church-age believers, the mystery doctrine of the Church-age.

DEU 29:29  “The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things revealed belong to us.”
PHI 3:1 On the one hand, to be writing the same doctrines to you is not troublesome to me, while on the other hand, it is a safeguard or a basis of security for you.

Asphales = that which produces security and firmness within you.

Inculcation means to press upon the mind through frequent repetition. It means to indoctrinate or to ingrain. It also means to drill it in to someone or hammer it in.

All believers in a congregation must be constantly reminded of doctrinal principles even though they have heard them before.

You do not apply what you learn; you only apply what you cannot forget... and that’s why repetition is so important.

Repetition may drive people away, but repetition is the means of tapping into the greatest resources that have ever existed for mankind.

It is the tremendous concentration on repetition that makes a difference between winner and loser believers.

Repetition never bothers the believer who has PVTD.
Repetition is only resented by the arrogant.

When you like something repetition doesn’t mean a thing, whether it is your favorite food or beverage or sport or whatever.

The divine provision of the different dispensations.

The dispensation of the Gentiles:
1. The Period of Positive Volition.
2. The Period of Negative Volition.
3. The Period of the Patriarchs.

The peak of this period of the Patriarchs was the divine interjection of the Abrahamic Covenant.

HEB 11:8 By faith Abraham, when he was called, obeyed by going out to a place which he was to receive for an inheritance; and he went out, not knowing where he was going.

Abraham was motivated by the doctrine he had learned to go forth to a place that he was destined to receive as an inheritance.

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