Israel’s Feasts are God’s Timeline

Below is a link to an article by Dr. Stephen Jones of God’s Kingdom Ministries.  Stephen Jones has many interesting interpretations of scripture which he has gained from study of the Law of God.  Anyone who respects the Bible honestly should take his ideas seriously and study for themselves.  The article below takes some chewing.  You may decide to spit out part of it, but reading it will likely open new ideas that deserve an audience.

 I believe Christians should learn from one another.  Nit-picking and pigeon-holing are only tactics to self-excuse one who will not take the time to study for himself.  We need not fear ideas.  Let’s listen and study with a true heart, and learn what is true from Him who is True.  -EW  

Kingdom Progression by Dr. Stephen Jones

In the progression of the Kingdom since the creation, we ought to know about the changes that God has made over the years, particularly at specific points in history.

Men have tried to explain these changes in various ways. The popular theory today was developed in the 1800’s by those who divided history into “dispensations.” Personally, I divide time according to the pattern of Israel’s feast days:

Pre-feast times: Adam to Moses

Passover Age: Moses to Christ

Pentecost Age: Christ to full Body

Tabernacles Age: Full Body to Great White Throne

Judgment Age: Great White Throne to Creation Jubilee

Each of these ages mark a distinct progression in the developmental history of the Kingdom. Before Moses the Kingdom was ruled by the patriarchs until Nimrod usurped their right to rule. He then organized his own kingdom by force of arms and ruled all that he could conquer. The rule of Noah and Shem depended upon Continue reading

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He Who Bleeds,
A Systematic Theology of Intercession
by Susan Ector Ward

A theology of intercession?  He who intercedes bleeds.

Book cover FrontWard opens the curtain into the Holy of Holies and invites us all to walk in.

What is inside that mysterious room?

It is a place of bleeding and healing.  As our Lord has gone before us, He calls us to join Him beyond the curtain into the room of intercession.

He Who Bleeds describes our Savior.  So if Jesus is the image of the invisible God, then can we not see the character of the Invisible God in our Savior Jesus Christ? 

He is The God Who Bleeds. 

He is calling us to join Him in a special place.

Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter
into the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus

Hebrews 10:19  

What happens inside that Most Holy Place?

The Holy of Holies has one function.
It is the place where intercession is made.

He Who Bleeds is a call to intercessors. 

The LORD saw it, and it displeased him
that there was no justice.  And he saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor.      
Isaiah 59:15-16

There was no justice.
There was no intercessor.

Innocent victims all over the globe in the 21st century
cry for justice.  God wants justice.

 God looks for intercessors!

 This link will take you to the Amazon.com page for He Who Bleeds.