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Posts are short studies and can in most cases be read in 30 minutes. They are listed below and the narrative will rotate from time to time. In most cases, the post will relate to an event or a special study. We are now looking at Easter. Just click on the subject you want to read.

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The top menu will show major studies or permanent studies. Some are deep studies and will take some time to study. Just click on the subject you want to study.

Salvation – This is a short study and is permanent. It presents the plan of salvation and the Christian Walk. Just click on it.

The Ages and Covenants – This narrative is provided as separate study modules of Biblical ages, dispensations, and covenants. I have made it an independent study because of the past interest in the subject on the previous website. It was the most popular of all my writings. Some groups have placed a link to it from their home website.

Biblical Symbols – This site includes Biblical Symbols and many other items of interest. I have added it so you can begin study; however, not all the links have been completed. Study what you can and come back later for the other links.

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The purpose of this website is to enhance the teaching of God’s word and to magnify and glorify Jesus. Some of these studies are in-depth and will require some time studying. You have permission to copy the materials for your personal or group study but not to publish them. Any materials copied and distributed from this website must show the source as follows.

Source: Copyrighted © R. Wayne Jackson, 2009-2023.

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Most Scripture reference is either quoted or will be linked to an online Bible. Just click on references that are not quoted and a new window will open, and the verse or verses will be displayed. You may need to hit the windows backspace to return to your previous window.

We pray that this website will be a blessing to you and invite you to visit often and to refer others to it. We want to teach and spread the word of God.

It has been said that the Old Testament is the New Testament concealed and the New Testament is the Old Testament revealed. This will be the emphasis of our study as we follow God’s revealed program for the Ages from Genesis to Revelation. The study follows the golden thread of redemption from Genesis to Revelation.

The author also believes that at the beginning, God established a timeline that He has been following and will continue to follow until He destroys the old heavens and earth and creates new ones. This timeline is what we call “The Plan of the Ages.” We are told in Scripture that God knew all present and future occurrences from the beginning (Acts 15:18, Isa. 46:10-11). Since He knew all His works from the beginning, He numbered the days. That means that in the timeline of the ages, from the creation of the earth’s foundations through its destruction, God planned what would happen each hour and each day and would see His plan to completion.

The teaching on this website attempts to provide readers with an overview of God’s divine plan from Genesis through Revelation. It helps readers to visualize the plan as it unfolds in eternity. Through a simple and easy-to-read narrative format strongly supported by quoted scripture, the material presents major Biblical themes which shed light on such things as 1) The original creation and eventual re-creation of some defiled parts; 2) The origin of evil and the subsequent conflict between the forces of good and evil; 3) The plan of redemption for man; 4) The ultimate destruction of evil forces; and 5) The establishment of a perfect, eternal, theocratic kingdom under the reign of Christ. Note: not all of these themes are presented at one time; therefore, come often to study all the material.

This approach will prove to be enlightening, sometimes controversial, and vitally interesting to those who seek the truth where they can find it. The material places heavy emphasis on the study of Biblical prophecy as it foretells of events that have unfolded and will continue to unfold across the pages of history.

A few years ago, I was asked what I thought was the most important Biblical concept. I replied, “Comprehending and accepting the absolute sovereignty of God.” In today’s world, much emphasis is placed on humanism and as a result, the spotlight has often been shifted from God to man. It has been demonstrated that a systematic study of the Bible will project and magnify our perception of the glorious, sovereign reign of God.

The heart of God’s plan was the incarnation of His son, who died for our sins and was resurrected to reign over our lives. His death, burial, and resurrection are pivotal in all events of all ages. This author has tried to tightly weave the Old and New Testaments together around the work completed upon the cross.

This means there was a time for each of His well-thought-out plans to be implemented and sometimes God elected wicked men and women to carry them out – God knew the hearts of all whom He created. Some of those programs had to be paid for by the blood of Christ, which was spilled on the cross before they could begin. All the details of God’s salvation plan are based on God’s sovereignty and love.

Many of God’s programs could not be completed until Jesus paid for them on the cross. Therefore, the incarnation of Christ was also perfectly timed with God’s master plan. The Apostle Paul writes that in the fullness of the time, God sent His son made of a woman, made under the law.

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