By Charles F Baker
During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony publication is taken into account. An emphasis on every one book's distinct dispensational gains is obviously, consisely recommend.
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It is evident Christ died but once, that He shed but one blood. He died as the Passover; His blood was that of the New Covenant. While we are not Jews and not part of the kingdom program, we do share in every spiritual value that inheres in Christ's death under that program. Chapter 6 points out the dispensational truth of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the body of the believer (6:19). This is not unique to this dispensation, however. Christ plainly told His kingdom disciple s concerning the Spirit, "He dwelleth with you, and shall be in you" (John 14:17).
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. It is evident Christ died but once, that He shed but one blood. He died as the Passover; His blood was that of the New Covenant.
This is the only occurrence of this expression in the New Testament and it is almost impossible to dogmatically assert just who is intended. Some think Paul means the circumcision believers as a separate group from the Body of Christ; others think he means the Jewish believers who lived in the land and were not under his ministry; still others suppose Paul is simply uttering a prayer for Israel as such, for we know his heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel was that they might be saved (Romans 10:10).
A Dispensational Synopsis of the New Testament by Charles F Baker