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Genesis 12

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Calling and Promise Genesis 12 – 50   This section, from chapter 12 to 50, takes up the dispensational principles of Calling and Promise. This is done by way of four characters: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph, as follows:   O U T L I N E – Calling and Promise Genesis 12 – 50 – Abraham: The Call of Faith Genesis 12:1 – 25:10 – Isaac: Earthly Pleasures vs. the Eyes of Faith Genesis 25:11 – 26:35 […]

Genesis 13

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   The Separation of Abram & Lot Genesis 13   What Lot Represents. Lot is a picture of a believer who, walked from the very beginning in another’s faith, and not his own. For a time he maintained an outward path of separation, but did not have the personal conviction to continue in it. The separation broke down, and Lot settled in the world. If it weren’t for the New Testament (2 Peter 2), we wouldn’t know if Lot […]

Genesis 18

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Abraham Visited in the Plains of Mamre Genesis 18   Genesis 18. The Lord having entered into a covenant relationship with Abraham (ch.17), He now comes to Abraham’s dwelling to commune with him. Ch.18 is a direct contrast with ch.19. In chapter 18, three men visit Abraham and spend time with him, and it is evident that one of the three is Jehovah Himself. In chapter 19, only two men visit Lot (both are angels) for the purpose […]

Romans 1:19-32

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   Man’s Guiltiness Established Romans 1:18 – 3:20   The subject of the first eight chapters of Romans is God’s righteousness in justifying believers. However, before Paul speaks of the cross (the means by which God can save guilty man and still remain just) he must first establish the fact that there is no righteousness in man. He establishes the guiltiness of man by surveying three great classes of Adam’s race, beginning with the least responsible and ending with […]

John 15

Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk   The Believer’s Portion on Earth in the Time of Jesus’ Absence John 15   John 15. The Son was going to leave this world, but the Father’s desire is that Christ be displayed here, even while Christ is absent. The subject of ch.15 is the believer’s portion in the world, both in bearing fruit for the Father and in being rejected by the world. Fruit-bearing is how the moral character and qualities of Christ are reproduced in the […]