- n. Plural form of dispensation.
“What we call dispensations are but epochs in the divine government.”
“The equity of God's dispensations is always certain, for his righteousness is as the great mountains, but not always to be accounted for, for his judgments are a great deep.”
“And you will find in the Scriptures, in difficult dispensations, that is very many times the request of the saints to God, “How long?””
“Sometimes indeed clouds and darkness are round about him; his dispensations are altogether unaccountable; his way is in the sea and his path in the great waters.”
“It's called Dispensationalism, because in this system, history is divided into seven "dispensations" or ages within an age.”
“If it is a question of favors, such as dispensations or increased faculties, these agents prepare the proper supplications and call repeatedly on the officials of the proper congregation until an answer is obtained.”
“I do not remember anything that the preacher ever said, except some words which I thought sounded well, -- such as "dispensations,”
“A prime example of this is to be found among so-called Dispensational Fundamentalists, who hold to an elaborate theory which posits that at various stages in history God has dealt with man according to different "dispensations," such as the "Adamic dispensation," the "Noaic dispensation," the”
“Darby taught that Biblical history is divided into seven "dispensations" or periods of time.”
“It was a millenarian theory that divided all of time into different "dispensations," which were seen as stages of God's revelation.”
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