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One Cross three dispensations

by Damilola Oguntunde

Good morning Friend.

The events leading up to the ultimate death of God’s Immaculate Son on the Cross were events which had a direct fulfilment of what the Word had said in the Prophets. While I critically examine this eternal concept to glean as much from it, I can’t seem to move past a revelation that hasn’t left me the same. I remember sharing this with a few folks just recently and boy! You could see the excitement in their faces. Bless God forever! Today, we will be considering the impact of the Cross of Christ on all dispensations. Generally speaking, we like to see Jesus as the One who was crucified over 2,000 years ago which is accurate… Chronologically. However, with a deeper, more spiritual insight into the event of the Cross, we see the impact of this eternal build on 3 fundamental dispensations. Understanding this will answer quite a lot of questions in the heart of the believer. Please follow me as we examine these dispensations and the profound implications of the Cross on them.

1. The Lamb of God was Slain Before the Foundation of The World: Jesus, the Lamb of God was Slain not after Adam fell, but ever before there was any mistake to be erased, God already created a remedy. God can never be put in a fix. He is never clueless, never out of options and never in shock. Many people then ask, why will God put man in a garden when He knew they will mess up or better still when He will make them mess up? God didn’t put man to make him mess up neither did God make man to fall, but man had the choice to either obey or disobey God, which had consequences. if man fell, God was not helpless, He loved man enough to prepare for his error… Boy! That’s just amazing. He didn’t just create us and leave us to ourselves, He planned for our mistakes along with our blueprint. The same way a man traveling goes along with a spare tire, not because he plans to burst the one running, but because even if it burst, He wouldn’t be helpless. I think that’s an impeccable logic. So the Lamb was Slain BEFORE to insure man against himself, else man would have been forever irredeemable.

Rev 13:8 (KJV) And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

2. The Lamb of God was Slain in Time: Jesus died in time, that is over 2000 years ago, in order to actually perform what had been perfected in the realm of the spirit. This is the one we are familiar with, so I’ll not say much here… However, there is a third dispensation where we see Jesus die;

3. The Lamb of God was Slain at the end of the Age: Some folks believe that every time we sin, we have to be born again again. That’s just really funny, because that would mean that Jesus would be dying every time the same way He died over 2000 years ago, probably yearly, so as to atone for the sins of those who had messed up the atonement of the previous year. This however is not what is obtainable. Jesus doesn’t have to die every year to atone for any sin that wasn’t atoned for at the “Once and for all” time He did it. Some may ask, what about those who were yet to be born at the time He died? For example, anyone reading this post now falls into that category. How will Jesus forgive people who were not yet born or hadn’t even sinned yet, talk less of knowing how much of sin they would commit before paying the price? Good question, well that’s because Jesus died in a third dispensation called “End of the Age”.
Please the following verses of scriptures carefully.

Hebrews 9:24-26 (KJV) For Christ is not entered into the holy places made with hands, which are the figures of the true; but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us:
25 Nor yet that he should offer himself often, as the high priest entereth into the holy place every year with blood of others;
26 For then must he often have suffered since the foundation of the world: but now once in the end of the world hath he appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself.

Did you see that? Jesus appeared once at the end of the world to put away sin. This is how I like to see it. Jesus went to the end of the world in spiritual terms now, and received an invoice of all the sins every race, generation and dispensation had ever committed, then came back into time and made an overpayment of this debt in advance. Isn’t that just awesome? This is why I can say I am forgiven! Not because Jesus would have to die again, but because His once and for all death paid it all for my past, present and future.

This type of teaching will give people license to sin wouldn’t it? Since we are teaching that all their sins are forgiven including the ones they are yet to commit… Hmmn, you will find an answer to that in the next post, but meanwhile, allow the Holy Spirit minister these truths in your heart. They are indeed liberating! I love you.

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Victory O. Osarumwense March 13, 2017 - 5:58 pm


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Okwuchukwu Ufondu Stephen March 13, 2017 - 10:56 pm

Jesus died in the past, present and in the future. Eternity has no time frame.
Thank you God’s Precious Servant for unveiling this truth.

Fatola O. Edward March 14, 2017 - 12:09 am

This is sound,thanks for sharing sir.

Bamidele Omotoke March 14, 2017 - 2:24 pm

Our Jesus is awesome!he washed away all our sins. Bro Dammy God will continue taking u places cos he’s not done with u yet


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