A Time and Times and the dividing of Time

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    B. Keith Chadwell
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    <b>A Time and Times and the Dividing of Time</b>…
    It was the greatest division of time and times in the history of the world. It was a division of the time Before Christ and the times after Christ. A time and times… and the dividing of those times.
    (BC) and (AD)… the cross was the dividing of these times.

    The natural types and shadows in the “Old Testament” were ordained, by God, for His purposes and at His direction were to serve as a hiding place for the Mysteries of the Kingdom to come. Before Christ (BC), it was impossible for the Jews, Gentiles or principalities and powers to see or understand anything about the Kingdom of God that was to come.

    The birth and death of Jesus has been used as a bookmark in the history of the earth to divide and reference time.
    The time Before Christ; “BC” or now days, the more politically correct acronym is; “BCE” (that’s Before the Current Era) and….the times after Christ; “AD” or now days; “CE” (that stands for; the Current Era).

    There you have it, the greatest division of time and times in the history of the world; a time Before Christ and … the times after Christ. ”… a time… and times… and the dividing of those times.”
    Listen, again, to what the old Prophet Daniel said concerning this greatest division of time in the history of creation;

    Dan 7:25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

    The arrival of Jesus the Christ, the Son of God and the Son of man, initiated the greatest change in world cultures in the history of creation and initiated the greatest division in time, in the history of the earth.

    It was; “a time Before Christ (BC) and times (AD) After Christ and the cross was the specific point that was the dividing of these times.. BC † AD …or……BCE and CE, as some would, now, insist.
    When Jesus arrived on the scene …in Spirit and in Truth, He made the way for God’s new government to come into the earth as it is in heaven. This new government in the earth was established at that point. From that greatest, most significant division of time in the history of all creation this new government of God would be within men. This, all new, never before in the world culture would grow, fill the earth and last…forever more.

    Sadly, the Jewish people, with notable exceptions, came to the focal point of this greatest division of time and culture in history and failed to make the transition. Jesus came unto His own and His own received Him not.

    With the coming of Jesus, the Christ, the Son of God and the Son of man into the earth, it was AS in the beginning of the natural creation; the darkness, once again, would be separated from the light.
    All of the previous dark cultures, which operated by direction of fallen angels and men and their “soulish” flesh, under unholy principalities and powers, were on notice.

    Jesus was the first incorruptible seed of God’s planting which began His new government or Kingdom, in earth, as it is in heaven. This new government or Kingdom came forth into the earth….first the blade…then the ear and now, growing toward maturity in the earth and the full harvest of God’s New Creation!

    All this came from, Jesus, the first planting which was the beginning of the first day of a new creation.

    2Co 5:16-17 (NEW NIV) So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. Though we once regarded Christ in this way, we do so no longer. Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!

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