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The Fifth Dispensation: Law. This dispensation extends from Sinai to Calvary—from Exodus to the Cross. The history of Israel in the wilderness and in the land is one long record of the violation of the law. The testing of the nation by law ended in the judgment of the Captivities, but the dispensation itself ended at the Cross.
(1) Man's state at the beginning Exodus 19:1-4.
(2) His responsibility Exodus 19:5,6; Romans 10:5.
(3) His failure II Kings 17:7-17,19; Acts 2:22,23.
(4) The judgment II Kings 17:1-6,20; 25:1-11; Luke 21:20-24
For Another Point of View: See Topic 301180
See, for the other six dispensations: INNOCENCE (Genesis 1:28); CONSCIENCE (Genesis 3:23); HUMAN GOVERNMENT (Genesis 8:20); PROMISE (Genesis 12:1); GRACE (John 1:17); KINGDOM ( 1:10)
(See Scofield "Genesis 1:28") . See Scofield "Genesis 3:23". See Scofield "Genesis 8:21". See Scofield "Genesis 12:1". See Scofield "John 1:17". See Scofield "Ephesians 1:10".
Other Scofield entries containing Exodus 19:8:
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