Robert Mawire on Dispensation

Background

Based on Search Items on our Blog revisited Robert Mawire’s teaching this morning.

 

Search Terms

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Dispensations

  1. Dispensation of Conscience ( Adam to Abraham )
  2. Dispensation of Law ( Abraham to Jesus )
  3. Dispensation of Grace ( Jesus to end of Grace )

Dispensation of Conscience ( Rosh Hashanah)

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Dispensation of Law

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Dispensation of Grace

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End of Days

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Bible Verses

  1. Why Do the Nations Rage?
    Why are the nations in an uproar And the peoples devising a vain thing?
    The kings of the earth take their stand And the rulers take counsel together Against the LORD and against His Anointed, saying,…
    ( Psalm 2: 1)
  2. The Believers’ Prayer
    You spoke by the Holy Spirit through the mouth of Your servant, our father David: ‘Why do the nations rage, and the peoples plot in vain?
    The kings of the earth take their stand and the rulers gather together against the Lord and against His Anointed One.’
    In fact, this is the very city where Herod and Pontius Pilate conspired with the Gentiles and the people of Israel against Your holy servant Jesus, whom You anointed.…
    ( Acts 4:26 )

Videos

  1. A.D. 2026
    We are living in the most critical hour in history. We are the terminal generation. The generation that has an appointment with destiny. Watch and see how the prophets of old told of the day we are living in. With historical facts, precision timelines and scriptures, everything you need to know for this critical hour. 
    Published on :- 2016-Aug-11th
    Segment on Dispensation ( Link )
    Full ( Link )

 

 

Indepth

AD 2026

Suleiman 1556

  1. ISRAIR Airlines & Tourism
    Holy Sites in Jerusalem

    Throughout the history of Jerusalem, the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths have treasured the sacredness of the Holy Land and its Holy City Jerusalem. From the uniqueness of this City built on Seven Hills, each faith has flourished. Today’s visitor to the Holy City of Jerusalem delights in the passion and greatness of Israel’s capital awash with history, shrines holy to three faiths and relics of the past still very much alive today. The major shrines, the Wailing Wall, Temple Mount and Church of the Holy Sepulcher are highlights of each tourist’s experience. Ancient Jerusalem flourished in what today we call The Old City surrounded by its 465-year old wall. The wall has a total of 11 gates, but only seven are open – Jaffa, Zion, Dung, Loins (St. Stephen’s), Herod’s, Damascus (Shechem) and The New Gate. During the years 1536 – 1541, the Turkish sultan Suleiman built these walls. From atop this wall, one has a unique perspective into the life in the Old City.
    Link
  2. Suleiman the Magnificent: Builder of Ottoman Jerusalem
    Link

    Sultan Suleiman I, the Magnificent, al-Qanuni (“The Lawgiver”), was the greatest sultan of the Ottoman Empire’s many centuries, the man who extended Ottoman dominion to the very gates of Western Europe, and established the laws and cultural norms that would hold sway in the Empire until its dissolution – and influence the modern Turkish state that emerged from the empire’s ruins.
    Though Suleiman was a man of many turbans – conqueror, legislator, patron, poet – it was as a builder that he is remembered in Jerusalem. The city had come under Ottoman control in 1517, when municipal authorities, nominally subject to the Egyptian Mamluks, peacefully handed administrative power over Jerusalem to Sultan Selim I, Suleiman’s father. Upon assuming the throne and expanding Ottoman control even deeper into the Middle East, Suleiman embarked on an ambitious series of public works projects in the major cities of the Islamic world. Suleiman’s efforts in Jerusalem included an extensive renovation of the Dome of the Rock and an upgrade to the civic infrastructure that remains the symbol of Jerusalem to this day: the walls of the Old City.After weathering waves of successive conquerors, Jerusalem’s walls had fallen into disrepair, and by the time of the Ottomans’ arrival, the city was barely fortified. Suleiman commissioned the city wall overhaul in 1536 to protect Jerusalem’s perse inhabitants from a feared Crusader invasion. Although the European kingdoms had not launched a potent Crusade for several centuries by Suleiman’s time, the memory of successive Christian assaults on the Holy Land was still fresh in the minds of the region’s Muslim majority. Suleiman’s crenellated wall, over 40 feet in height, included over thirty towers and countless firing slits, all to provide ample defense from an invasion force that, ironically, never arrived. Seven gates, still open today, allowed access to every quarter of the newly fortified city.Suleiman, possessed of a remarkable religious tolerance for his time, also stressed the inclusion of the holy sites of all Jerusalem’s faiths within his city plan. When he learned that his architects had left Mount Zion, holy to the city’s Jews and Christians, outside the confines of the new wall, he had them executed (the sultan was somewhat less tolerant of failure). Under Suleiman’s benevolent rule, the revitalized Jerusalem flourished, the increased security and enforced religious tolerance sparking immigration to the city and an expansion of the mercantile economy. Unfortunately, after Suleiman’s death in 1566, the attentions of succeeding sultans turned away from Jerusalem, and the city began a slow decline that lasted until waves of immigration in the late 1800s began to turn the city’s fortunes. Still, centuries of Ottoman neglect and the tumult of the 20th century couldn’t diminish the magnitude of Suleiman’s accomplishments. Nearly 500 years after their completion, the walls of Jerusalem stand firm, an enduring testament to the devotion of a single man, and an inspiration to the countless pilgrims who have stood in the shadows of their battlements.
  3. Wikipedia
    Walls of Jerusalem
    Link
    In the 16th century, during the reign of the Ottoman Empire in the region, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent decided to fully rebuild the city walls, partially on the remains of the ancient walls. The construction lasted from 1535–1538, and these are the walls that exist today.
    An inscription in Arabic from the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent states:

    Has decreed the construction of the wall he who has protected the home of Islam with his might and main and wiped out the tyranny of idols with his power and strength, he whom alone God has enabled to enslave the necks of kings in countries (far and wide) and deservedly acquire the throne of the Caliphate, the Sultan son of the Sultan son of the Sultan son of the Sultan, Suleyman

 

Additional Readings

  1. GotQuestions.org
    • What is the dispensation of Conscience?
      Link
    • What is the dispensation of Human Government?
      Link
    • Dispensation of Promise
      Link
    • Dispensation of Law
      Link

 

Critique

There are other YouTube videos posted by Robert Mawire.

There are important areas that I am perplexed as to how Robert Mawire reached his conclusions.

I will let you review his videos and judged which areas your thoughts and conclusions coincide with his.

And, the areas where your soul and spirit of God remains unsure or even troubled.

Summary

Again, please let us not not be flippant with what Robert Mawire is saying.

To me, Robert is not talking about end of times.  But, the end of an Age, the Age of Grace.

And, if the numbers are way off, one should keep in mind a couple of things.

And, those are:

  1. Dispensation is a time bracket
    • No one knows the time
    • But, each one of us should have a perception of what he or she is called to do
  2. Terms of Grace is an important and material fact of life and our interaction with each other

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