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1. Covenant Names of God
Covenant Names of God
The Hebrew concept of a name conveys the nature and essence and history and reputation of the person or thing named. In Exodus 3:13-22, when Moses asked God what His name is, he was not asking "What should I call you?" He was asking "Who are you? What are you like? What have you done?" God ans...
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 08:22:25
2. The New Covenant
The New Covenant was prophesied in Jeremiah 23, and God's people were brought under the New Covenant from the Pentecostal Descent of the Holy Spirit in the Upper Room (Acts 2). Yet the most poignant expression of the New Covenant came when Yeshua the Messiah, at His last Pesach service on earth, ...
culture-and-society - Mon, 31 Oct 2011 18:02:11
3. The Dispensation of Grace
If there were a map of the Dispensations, with a sign saying "You are here!", it would be located in this Dispensation. This is the current dispensation. This is the time when those who have accepted the free gift of righteousness through Yeshua the Messiah can learn how to live out that righteou...
culture-and-society - Thu, 06 Aug 2009 04:03:03
4. Dispensations
There are two major Greek words from which the concept of dispensations is derived. The first is oikonomia, from which our English words "economy" and "ecumenical" are derived. This Greek word means "to manage", "to regulate", "to administer", "to plan". It is translated as "dispensation" in 1 C...
culture-and-society - Thu, 23 Jul 2009 02:43:43
5. The Mosaic Covenant
What is known in the Bible as "The Law" is really the Covenant with Moses. In this Covenant, Moses represented the people of Israel. The purpose of The Law was to prepare Israel - and through them the world - for the coming of Messiah. At last, in the fullness of time, Messiah came, and when He...
culture-and-society - Mon, 20 Jul 2009 20:03:18
6. The Dispensation of Government
Once the Flood abated, God set about repopulating the earth, but this time under human government (as opposed to under invidividual consciences). God established a new generation which became the founding generation for mankind till the end of history as we know it. This and subsequent generatio...
culture-and-society - Fri, 10 Jul 2009 04:45:56
7. The Adamic Covenant
Adam is the first Bible example of a Transitional Man. He stands at the close of one Dispensation (the Dispensation of Innocence) and the beginning of another (the Dispensation of Conscience). Likewise he stands at the annulment of a the conditional Edenic Covenant, and the establishment of the u...
culture-and-society - Mon, 06 Jul 2009 03:56:29
8. Covenants
The most common way to divide the Bible is by dispensations. But each dispensation is based upon a specific covenant, and knowledge of these covenants will help us all "rightly divide the word of truth" (2 Timothy 2:15). Although a dispensation may come to ane end, the covenants themselves often ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 27 Jun 2009 02:43:09
9. Leah and Rachel
Leah and Rachel
The Story of Leah and Rachel in the Bible is both poignant and instructive. Leah is the unloved wife, but is blessed with six children (out of 12 children of Jacob). Rachel was mother of just two of the 12. The remaining four were born to their handmaids, two to Zilpah (Leah's maid) and two to Bi...
Culture & Society - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:20:31
10. The Dispensation of Law
This Dispensation is of intense interest to me for several reasons. I have very many Jewish friends who try (within the understanding of their respective denominations) to observe the 613 mitzvot (commandments) of the Law. I have friends who are members of Messianic Synagogues, who observe the La...
culture-and-society - Sun, 20 Sep 2009 05:25:19
11. The Rapture
The Rapture of the Church is a near-future event that millions long for, millions dread, millions deny, and millions mock. When it happens it will make headlines in the daily newspapers, on prime time television, and all over the internet. What's it all about? This lens will explore a variety of...
culture-and-society - Mon, 20 Jul 2009 10:49:03
12. The Dispensation of Promise
Abraham, the person with whom the Dispensation of Promise opened, has had a particular fascination for me for two reasons: One reason has been intensely personal and has to do to do with how God led me along a way I knew not. The other reason has been a more intellectual one, to do with the fac...
culture-and-society - Wed, 01 Jul 2009 17:54:46
13. The 10 Commandments of God
The Ten Commandments are the one piece of Scripture written in God's own hand. They are the autograph of God. Yet this is the one piece of Scripture consistently downgraded or distorted in the Christian Churches! The Roman Catholic Church omits the comandment that forbids bowing down to images....
culture-and-society - Mon, 03 Aug 2009 19:03:23
14. The Temple of Solomon
Solomon's Temple used to be one of the wonders of the world (not because it featured in the classical Greek list, but because it was a building renowned for its architectural splendor. It was destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, and the Jews exiled. Later Persia conquered Babylon and the Persi...
culture-and-society - Mon, 03 Aug 2009 19:02:26
15. Acrostic Psalms
Acrostic Psalms are psalms that are constructed to an acrostic based on the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. There are 22 such letters, and if one regards them as spokes in a wheel, then one can arrange the Books of the Bible, or the Chapters of a book (like Isaiah or Revelation) that contains 22...
culture-and-society - Sat, 01 Aug 2009 06:52:46
16. The Book of Isaiah
The Book of Isaiah is an amazing reflection of the Bible in one book! The Bible has 66 books - Isaiah has 66 chapters The Old Testament has 39 books, the New Testament 27 - the book of Isaiah naturally falls into two divisions, chapters 1 to 39, and 40 to 66. The former is about Judah and Jerusal...
culture-and-society - Fri, 31 Jul 2009 10:18:01
17. Bible Insights
This lens contains a "lensography" through which the visitor can access other lenses I have created on specific subjects, giving Bible insights into those subjects. It also contains a "Links" module, which provides links into other websites I recommend so that the visitor may grasp deeper insigh...
culture-and-society - Fri, 31 Jul 2009 05:45:49
18. Bikkurim
Three Spring Festivals: Pesach, HaMatzot, Bikkurim. Or, in English, Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits. To look at, there doesn't at firs seem to be any connection. Passover has to do with the death (sacrifice) of a lamb for a life - the life of the firstborn in every Israelite family in Eg...
culture-and-society - Tue, 28 Jul 2009 12:14:11
19. Bible Centenarians
This is a lens about Bible characters who lived to 100 or more. Starting from Adam, there are a whole lot of them listed in the book of Genesis. The book of Exodus tells us that Moses lived to 120. Further down in the Bible, the life span gets to be mostly below 100 years. Three score and ten ...
culture-and-society - Mon, 27 Jul 2009 04:09:46
20. The Third Temple
The subject of the Third Temple is of intense interest to Orthodox Jews and to Christians holding to a dispensationalist view of Bible history. Both groups foresee the reconstruction of the Temple of God in Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount, either on the exact spot where the Dome of the Rock now s...
culture-and-society - Sun, 26 Jul 2009 14:40:40
21. Yom Teruah
This is, literally, the Day of Blowing or the Day of Blast. Yom means Day. Teruah is a specific way of blowing the Shofar in many short sharp blasts. In the KJV and other Bibles it is also called the Feast of Trumpets. Jews may call it the Day of Shoferim (plural of Shofar, a "trumpet" of ram...
culture-and-society - Sat, 25 Jul 2009 09:41:52
22. Shabbat
The Sabbath is not just a day, it's a day set apart by God at the time of Creation, and both before and during the Law of Moses. The Messiah observed the Shabbat (surprise, surprise! most Christians don't seem to know this!) He even prophesied that the Shabbat will be in observance among Messiani...
culture-and-society - Thu, 23 Jul 2009 09:30:57
23. The Month of Av
The 9th of Av is a day when Jews all over the world remember the destruction of their beloved Temple in 70 Common Era. The dual destruction of the two temples, five hundred years apart, marks two central eras in Jewish history: the first marks the beginning of the Babylonian Exile; the second ma...
culture-and-society - Wed, 22 Jul 2009 13:02:54
24. Rapture Scenarios
This lens is a collection of several imaginary "scenarios" by various authors, of how the Rapture might look to those left behind ... or to the ones raptured into the clouds to be in the presence of the Lord.
culture-and-society - Wed, 22 Jul 2009 11:51:06
25. Jewish Fast Days
There are five minor fasts on the Jewish calendar. With one exception, these fasts were instituted by the Sages to commemorate some national tragedy. The minor fasts (that is, all fasts except Yom Kippur and Tisha b'Av) last from dawn to nightfall, and one is permitted to eat breakfast if one ar...
culture-and-society - Tue, 21 Jul 2009 20:36:27
26. Rapture Theories
The number of Rapture Theories on the internet boggles the imagination and the understanding. Which is correct? Broadly, most of those with keen interest in the Rapture, with anticipation of it, with longing for it, most of those believe that the Lord will return to establish His Millennial King...
culture-and-society - Mon, 20 Jul 2009 05:34:20
27. Enoch
Enoch did not die. He was raptured before the flood. See Genesis 5:21-24 and Hebrews 11:5. He was the first to be raptured without seeing death. In this he was a type of the rapture described in 1 Thessalnians 4:15-18. However, Enoch is of great interest to us for a second reason. Messiah proph...
culture-and-society - Sun, 19 Jul 2009 14:11:32
28. Creation
The Bible account posits God as Creator of the universe: invisible (Heaven) and visible: (Earth). Then the writer proceeds to detail the creation (more correctly, the re-creation) of Earth. In the account of this Creation, water already exists. The earth is submerged in it in some primeval catacl...
culture-and-society - Sun, 19 Jul 2009 07:41:17
29. Genesis 1-11 in reverse!
In the beginning, God established a pattern which He would inspire Moses to record as a foundation for everything that was yet future in God's dealings for man, and His administration of His dispensations. We have studied elsewhere (see Links section) that the first 11 chapters of Genesis typify ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 18 Jul 2009 09:35:42
30. The Book of Leviticus
The Book of Leviticus is usually the most skipped book of the Bible. It seems both dull, and irrelevant to life after the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 of the Christian Era, and more so to life in modern times. Yet it is a book full of significant lessons for us. Not many peopl...
culture-and-society - Sat, 18 Jul 2009 03:51:50
31. Biblical Transitional Times
Transition Times are those times in history when we pass from one phase to another, sometimes from one world to another. Examples from history: big wars, invasions, conquests, great natural calamities, great social upheavals, and the like. Usually, a Transition Period can be regarded as the end ...
culture-and-society - Fri, 17 Jul 2009 13:43:33
32. The Temple of God
The phrase House of God occurs many times in the Old and New Testaments. The equivalent phrase Temple of God occurs many times in the New Testament. These phrases have several meanings which they reference, depending on the context. This lens explores the various meanings of the term.
culture-and-society - Fri, 17 Jul 2009 13:24:52
33. The Book of Genesis
The Book of Genessi is the foundation of Torah, of the Tanach, and of the whole Bible. The Torah comprises the first five books (Genesis to Deuteronomy). The Tanach comprises the Torah ad the rest of the Bible books that were used and corroborated by Yeshua and His apostles (Joshua to Malachi). T...
culture-and-society - Thu, 16 Jul 2009 05:42:59
34. Shavuot and Pentecost
culture-and-society - Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:55:01
35. Pesach
Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) is the first feast of the Lord. It occurs in the spring season, and is the feast of the Barley Harvest. It was the season when Ruth, on returning with her mother-in-law Naomi from abroad, gleaned in the fields of Naomi's cousin Boaz It was the celebration before the ev...
culture-and-society - Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:54:03
36. The Birth of Messiah
The event that split the world's calendar down the middle was the birth of Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus the Christ). This lens is not a devotional on the Savior's birth, but an attempt to pinpoint the calendar date of it, specially in terms of the calendar that He followed: what we call today the Je...
culture-and-society - Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:45:28
37. The Ancient Paths
I use this phrase in its Biblical sense. Jeremiah 6:16 Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk therein. 17 Also I set watchmen over you, saying,...
culture-and-society - Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:38:39
38. Three Dark Weeks
There are times, in the life of a person, a people, or a nation, when everything seems black. Israel has been through such times often enough in the past. There is one very dark time ahead too. It's called the Time of Jacob's Trouble. During the year there is a three-week period of dark trouble...
culture-and-society - Thu, 09 Jul 2009 06:25:56
39. The Month of Tammuz
The month of Tammuz is named after a Babylonian / Sumerian god. The Jews picked up the name during their exile in Babylon. It's like us calling the seventh month of the Western Calendar July (after Julius Caesar) and the eighth month August (after Augustus Caesar). However there is a deeper link...
culture-and-society - Tue, 07 Jul 2009 19:18:50
40. Succoth
The week-long holiday of Succoth has been called the Jewish Thanksgiving. Like the American Thanksgiving, it is the Festival of the Harvest. It is a time of rejoicing for the goodness and bounty of the earth. So food plays a major part in the celebrations. The Jews in Israel live in tents, calle...
culture-and-society - Mon, 29 Jun 2009 04:52:25
41. Yom Kippur
The Day of Atonement was when the High Priest sprinkled the blood of the sacrifice upon the Mercy Seat on the Ark of the Covenant. The Ark of the Covenant contained the Tables of the Ten Commandments, the Pot of Manna, and Aaron's Rod that Budded. Each of these was a symbol and memorial of the s...
culture-and-society - Mon, 29 Jun 2009 04:01:42
42. Eternity Future
Eternity is a concept that the human mind finds hard to grasp. Eternity gives rise to paradoxes, just as the concept of infinity does in mathematics. That does not make it illogical. There is a well-developed perfectly logical mathematics of infinity (in fact, of an infinity of infinities!) Con...
culture-and-society - Sat, 27 Jun 2009 09:41:55
43. The Tower of Babel
The Tower of Babel is an event in Biblical and archaeological history, and in linguistic history. There are architectural remains of the original Tower, as well as attempts to reconstruct it. But perhaps the best "monument" to the Tower is what I have called The Babel Effect, the persistent ten...
culture-and-society - Wed, 24 Jun 2009 06:41:35
44. Creation and the Dispensations
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. And in the very first chapter of the Bible, God implanted in it a seed, a DNA molecule, if you will, which depicts, in the scope of one brief creation account, the whole pattern of Bible History from Genesis 1:26 to Revelation 22. Amazing,...
culture-and-society - Tue, 23 Jun 2009 03:30:07

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