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By Charles F Baker

During this major paintings of two hundred plus pages, each New testomony ebook is taken into account. An emphasis on every one book's unique dispensational beneficial properties is obviously, consisely recommend.

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No such event can be found in the prophetic Scripture. Hence, Paul refers to it as a mystery or secret. Paul's reference to the Mystery here and in 2:7, and his positive statement, "Now ye are the Body of Christ, and members in particular" (12:27), are a sufficient answer to the claims of some that the Mystery and the Body of Christ did not appear until after Acts 28. 39 There are doubtless many other dispensational overtones in this epistle which space forbids mentioning. And, of course, there are many practical truths which are beyond the scope of a simple dispensational synopsis.

Paul had practiced water baptism in his early ministry and had baptized a few of these Corinthians, but his response to these people was: Christ sent me not to baptize, but to preach the gospel (1:17). 35 The Twelve had surely been sent to baptize (Mark 16:15, 16), but not so Paul. Regardless of the circumstances, Paul could never have made such a statement had Christ commissioned him to practice this ceremony. But this is simply a negative aspect of Paul's ministry. Positively, he was commissioned to preach the gospel, which he calls, "the preaching of the cross" (1:18).

But why did Paul use the genitive if he meant to signify the ones to whom the gospel was sent? At the end of verse 9 where he 46 speaks of the gospel going to these two groups he uses the preposition eis. Why did he not use the same preposition in verse 7 to express that idea? Going a little deeper into the context indicates there must be some difference in content between the ministries and preaching of Peter and Paul. In Chapter 1 Paul goes to great lengths to show that he did not get his gospel from those who were apostles before him, neither was he taught it, but it was given to him by direct revelation from the ascended Lord Jesus Christ.

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