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All things are signifiers of the Lord’s Creation. It is by a person’s work that the Priest, or Melchizedek, renders weight on the importance of things done by men that burnish the former. History, law, and the meticulous workings of God’s government on earth are subjects that Eli Simpson delineates in its general concepts and movable parts in his book The Lord God of Ten Dispensations in Divisions of Five and Seven. Herein is made clear the practice of religious empiricism as defined by time and Judeo-Christian tradition.
There are ten earthly dispensations which govern man’s work within God’s days of creation. The first two are concerned with God’s spirit and its immortal role in all of creation. The following are the definitions of Man and his station. These are rounded out by dispensations concerning rules on the remaking of the world into God’s image and by extension Man’s, the sacred history of God’s people, the rules that govern the spirit and the world, and finally the unitary alignment achieved by a measured sacred history into redemptive or angelic states for true believers.
Eli Simpson writes in line with spiritual audit, with a relevant summation for those whose works manage the spiritual state of Man. He is squarely writing and teaching within a tradition, and performs the one true (if currently hidden from common imagination) and most important of priestly functions. He defines how a tenth of Man’s work must and should ideally be served to the Priest who translates and classifies it in Creation in the service of the Lord’s plan. Thus sacred history is made with the living flesh and Man becomes the true, steadfast steward of earthly Creation.
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The Lord God of Ten Dispensations in Divisions of Five and Seven * by Eli Simpson
Publication Date: March 28, 2013
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