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Dispensational Stewardship - Part 2 of 2 (Discerning Proper Doctrine)


John Young

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In the second part of our two part study on "Dispensational Stewardship" we show how the believer can actually discern the Bible's doctrine without first learning an artificial framework theology. We show how the natural divisions and terms already in scripture are there to aid the believer in their study.

In this overview of the Bible's terms we focuses primarily on understanding what Testaments, Covenants, Promises, and Laws are and how they work together to fulfill the Will of God. We emphasize the importance of discerning, learning, and keeping the Testaments, Covenants, Promises, separate and distinct while understanding how they work together to form our doctrine and practices.

Preached: February 27, 2019 Wednesday Night. By Pastor John Young, at Edgecliff Baptist Church, Spokane Valley, WA. https://www.facebook.com/EdgecliffCBC/

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(Link to Part 1 - Understanding Your Divine Mandates: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B6Q0DfXFNQ)

 

 

 

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Thank you for your study on the differences of the Convents, and Promises in the scriptures.

I personally appreciate the fine history (short), on the worship of God by the Chinese in ancient China.

Also, I appreciate the following statement, "We show how the natural divisions and terms already in scripture are there to aid the believer in their study."

God bless! 😀

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