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 exact dispensational gains is obviously, consisely recommend.
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The individual believer' s body is a temple of the Holy Spirit (6:19), but here the reference seems to point to the assembly of believers as being the temple. In connection with the dishonoring of Christ at the Lord' s table, Paul says: For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh condemnation to himself, not discerning the Lord's body [some manuscripts omit "Lord's," thus making the passage refer to the Mystery Body]. For this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep (vv.
While there were some Jews in the Corinthian church, it is evident from these words that it was predominantly Gentile. And later on in the same chapter he says of these believers, "Now ye are the Body of Christ, and members in particular" (12:27). Failure to see connections as well as distinctions can cause distortions of truth. At the time Christ died and made every provision for us as members of the Body, He was a Jew ministering only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel under 37 the kingdom program; He was fulfilling all of the types and shadows of the Law, such as the Levitical offerings and Passover; He was shedding the blood of the New Covenant.
The very fact God called another apostle, separate and distinct from the Twelve, is in itself an evidence of dispensational change. Paul was not called, as some suppose, because the Twelve had failed, or to take the place of Judas and thus become one of the Twelve, in which case there would have been no dispensational change intimated. Paul speaks of himself as separate from the Twelve (1 Corinthians 15:5). In writing to the Galatians he makes the distinction by referring to the two apostleships, that of the circumcision and that of the uncircumcision (Galatians 2:8).