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Dispensationalists Cannot Discern the Body of Christ

There are so many false religious doctrines that prove people are not discerning the body of Christ. Paul warned about not discerning the body of Christ in 1 Cor 11:29:

29 For those who eat and drink without discerning the body of Christ eat and drink judgment on themselves.
But Dispensationalism is a particularly cunning and complex doctrine that causes people to fail to discern the body. These people believe that the nation of Israel will be restored to a holy place before the end of time. This is a false doctrine and it will not happen. Israel is a sign to Jews that the Times of the Gentiles is fulfilled and that Jews and those with Jewish DNA are being called rather than Gentiles.

But this sign is not holy now and it will not be holy in the future. This is crucial to discerning the body, the only holy nation, the body of Christ.

All legalists cannot discern the body. Dispensationalism uses Revelation 11, 12 and 13 by putting them in the future when they should be understood as bei…

Solomon's Folly, The Book of Ecclesiastes

Ecclesiastes is a perplexing book of the Bible. It is considered by many to be inspired. Yet it is written from the perspective of unbelief. It was included in the books of the Old Testament because it contained the writings of Solomon.

The problem is, the book contains outright lies. It says the earth lasts forever in chapter one. It says the wisdom Solomon possessed is meaningless. Both these statements are not true. However, King Solomon had a spiritual gift that may not have been accompanied by salvation. While the prophets and Old Covenant saints looked for a heavenly country, as stated in Hebrews chapter 11, Solomon said the world lasted forever. He didn't have a clue

So, the gift of wisdom is considered to be meaningful to the elect in God. The prophets, King David and the elect in Christ all viewed wisdom as being important. Wisdom even stands for Christ according to David. Solomon had a wisdom, and gifts. But they were not accompanied by faith.

Paul said there were those…