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    • Scripture makes it clear in Daniel chapter 9 that the nation of Israel still has duties to fulfill to the Lord before the end of Human history. And Romans also makes it clear that there is no difference between Jew and Gentile in the Church: we become inheritors with Jesus Christ. We do not become one with Israel when we repent and trust in the Lord; we become one with Christ. God made specific promises to Israel that did not depend on their behavior, but upon God's word alone. As for dispensationalism; All throughout Scripture we see the various dispensations at work. Each one is designed to "shoot down" human excuses for sin, and demonstrate why ultimately, man is responsible for his own conduct and wickedness. The various dispensations: Innocence, Conscience, Human Government, Promise, Law, Grace and the Millennium, all give a different environment that removes an excuse we would use at the judgment, and shows a particular pattern: 1) responsibility, 2)  failure, 3)  judgment, and 4) grace.  Dispensationalism literally interprets Scripture (Bible prophecy in particular), and thus holds to the closest interpretation of scripture IMO, as Jesus literally fulfilled every prophecy concerning the Messiah. Israel is a separate entity from the Church, but this doesn't mean that Israel has had a "different way" to the Lord: salvation has always been by faith in God before the Advent, and specifically in God the Son after the First Coming. We all come to the Lord in faith, and The Messiah (Jesus) is the culmination of what the Jews were to have faith in. And this will hold true into the Tribulation: before the return of Jesus Christ, Israel will mourn for "the one they pierced" and finally recognize Him as their Messiah. We the church have not replaced Israel in God's plans, and that the promises God made to Israel have not been transferred to us in the Church. The promises God made to Israel in the Old Testament will be fulfilled in the Millennium. And as Romans 9 and Daniel 9 show us, in the future focus God focuses His attention on Israel. We don't get Israel's promises, nor do we replace Israel. If anything, Scripture reinforces Dispensationalism rather than condemning it. And as such, a Dispensational framework confirms a Pre-Tribulation Rapture, a Millennial Kingdom, and the fulfillment of all promises to Israel and the coming reign of Christ. God is not the author of disorder, and in this, we see His plan and His working all throughout history.
    • Matthew 6:34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.
    • By guilt the enemy gets us focused in the past. In fear he has us fixated in the future. Through trusting Him, we walk peacefully in the present.
    • I recently heard someone express pain over the fact that her atheist and agnostic friends were offering her more comfort, support, and help through here chronic illness than the people in her church were. Do you believe she is feeling loved by the brethren in her church? Did/do you feel loved by your parents because of the things they didn't do to you more than what they did/do for you? Do you feel loved by your wife because of what she doesn't do more than for what she does for you?
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