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DISPENSATIONAL

PRINCIPLE
Jenalyn Salinas
St. Paulaine Llera
Genanith Macadagat
Fe Bumatay
Anna Angelica De Leon

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INTRODUCTION TO
DISPENSATION
In Ephesians 3:2, Paul wrote, "If indeed you have heard of the dispensation
of the grace of God which was given to me for you." (NKJV)
The word "dispensation comes from the Greek word oikonomia, which has
to do with management, administration, or stewardship.
A dispensation is a period of time during which God deals in a particular way with man in respect to sin and mans
responsibility. Unless a person understands the dispensations, he cannot understand the Bible
and it becomes a book of confusion.

INTRODUCTION TO
DISPENSATION
The word dispensation means administration.
During a dispensation man is tested in respect of obedience and to some
specific revelation of the will of God.
Each dispensation ends in a world crisis.

There are seven dispensations, during which men are given the opportunity
to know God and to serve Him in a specific way, and each of which ends in
judgment with man's failure to obey God. But, if we consider the Tribulation
as a separate dispensation, there are
eight dispensations.

INTRODUCTION TO
DISPENSATION
1. Dispensation of Innocence
2. Dispensation of Conscience
3. Dispensation of Human Government
4. Dispensation of Promise
5. Dispensation of Law
6. Dispensation of Grace
7. Dispensation of Judgment or Tribulation
8. Dispensation of the Kingdom

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DISPENSATION OF INNOCENCE
Beginning with the creation of man and extending to the fall of man of man. (Genesis 1:26-2:25)

DISPENSATION OF INNOCENCE
Period of Time: The length of time is not know. It began with the creation
of man and ended with the fall of man (Genesis 1:26-2:23).
Mans Responsibility: Man must choose whether he will believe Gods
Word or the statements of Satan.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Man chose to believe Satan
rather than God. Judgment came upon mankind, the earth and Satan. The
necessity of the Saviour is seen and the promise of a Saviour is given.

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DISPENSATION OF CONSCIENCE
Beginning with the fall of man and extending to the world-wide flood. (Genesis 3-7)

DISPENSATION OF CONSCIENCE
Period of Time: This period lasted from the fall of man to the flood- 1656
years (Genesis 3-7).
Mans Responsibility: Man was to choose between doing good and doing
evil. He insisted on evil.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Man proved to be exceedingly
wicked and judgment through the flood came as a result. Gods mercy is
seen by saving eight people to begin a new dispensation.

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DISPENSATION OF HUMAN GOVERNMENT


Beginning after the flood extending to the confusion of tongues at the Tower of Babel. (Genesis 8:111:9)

DISPENSATION OF HUMAN
GOVERNMENT
Period of Time: This dispensation lasted from the flood to the confusion of
tongues at Babel-427 years.
Mans Responsibility: Noah was given the responsibility to govern for
God.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Noah revealed that man is unable
to govern himself and therefore unable to govern others. The building of the
tower of Babel was an organized political and religious rebellion against God.
The consequences of mans failure was the confusion of tongues and the
dispersion of the
people.

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DISPENSATION OF PROMISE
Extending from the call of Abraham to the Exodus from Egypt. (Genesis 11:10-Exodus 15:21)

DISPENSATION OF PROMISE
Period of Time: This period lasted from the call of Abraham to the
Exodus-430 years (Genesis 11:10 - 15:21).
Mans Responsibility: Abraham was to stay in the land that God had
given to him, and not to go down into Egypt which is a type of the world.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Abram doubted Gods Word and
went down to Egypt for food. Finally all of Jacobs house went down to
Egypt. The result was slavery in Egypt, sin and idolatry. Divine mercy is
seen in the deliverance and preservation of Israel.

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DISPENSATION OF LAW
Extending from Sinai to Calvary. (Exodus 19-Matthew 5:17-18; John 19:30; Romans 10:4)

DISPENSATION OF LAW
Period of Time: This dispensation lasted from Sinai to Calvary-from the
exodus to the cross1491 years.
Mans Responsibility: Israel was to keep the law which included the Ten
Commandments, and all social and civil law.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: They failed to keep the law, and
the only One who did keep the law was crucified by them.

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DISPENSATION OF GRACE
Extending from the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost to the Second Coming of Christ at
the end of the Great Tribulation. (Acts 2- Revelation 5:14)

DISPENSATION OF GRACE
Period of Time: From the outpouring of the Holy Ghost on the Day of
Pentecost to the rapture of the church.
Mans Responsibility: Man is to believe in and accept the Lord Jesus
Christ as Saviour and to obey the gospel.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Man becomes a lover of himself,
of money, of pleasure and a rejector of Jesus Christ. The result is that God
gives them up to unbelief and eternal judgment.

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DISPENSATION OF JUDGMENT OR TRIBULATION

DISPENSATION OF TRIBULATION OR
JUDGMENT
Period of Time: This period will last from the rapture of the church of the
Millenium.
Mans Responsibility: Man is to recognize and worship God; is to refuse
to take the mark of the beast.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Man refuses to repent. The result
is utter destruction and Armageddon

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DISPENSATION OF THE KINGDOM

DISPENSATION OF THE KINGDOM


Period of Time: From the return of Christ to the Great White Throne
Judgment-one thousand years.
Mans Responsibility: Man is to obey and submit to the King and also
must worship Him.
Mans Failure and the Consequences: Man gives feigned obedience,
but when given a choice, he follows Satan. The result is complete
destruction by fire.