I started this blog in April 2008 with great enthusiasm, hoping to share the wondrous message of right division and dispensationalism as I’ve been learning about it. Unfortunately, I have not been able to keep up with my high expectations. That seems to be the theme of my life of late; my expectations are too high. Too high for myself, too high for anyone else to meet; actually it seems the best goal is to simply have NO expectations of people whatsoever. It is a daily and sometimes hourly task to lower my expectations of people, since all having expectations does is leave me with hurt feelings. Focusing on Jesus Christ, my Lord and Saviour is a great help in making it through life in this sin-cursed world, only He alone can be depended upon to keep His word – rightly divided. Check out my links on the right sidebar under Understanding the Grace Message to learn more about The Mystery and the Dispensation of Grace.


I have considered myself a Christian since 1968 when I was five years old, however, I have only recently become a grace believer, in June 2007. You would think having read the King James Version of the Holy Bible since the age of six, which I distinctly remember doing, I would have remembered some of what is in God’s word. I am learning more in the Bible through right division than in my entire life, hence my category “I Never Knew That“.  Paul tells us in II Timothy 2:15 “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”  Understanding how God’s word should be rightly divided clears up many questions I previously had in His word. When you understand that we are in the dispensation of Grace, it makes a lot more sense. By the way, the only Bible you can rightly divide is the King James Version, so you will never see me quote from any other Bible on this blog.

I was raised in the Pentecostal religion, which unfortunately is full of superstition and false doctrine. I’ll be exploring some of the issues we had to work through in this blog.


Did you know that all you have to do to be saved is to believe that Jesus died on the cross for your sins, was buried and rose again? That’s it.  You don’t need to be baptized, join a church, pay tithes, speak in tongues, repent for sins past or present, or any of the commonly held beliefs of many religions today.  Do you know in fact that if you think doing “works” will get you into heaven that you are in fact disrespecting the work that Jesus did at the cross?  He died for YOU those many years ago, to save you from hell and damnation. Nothing you do can ever be good enough to win your salvation. Again, all you have to do is accept the gift of salvation.  Click here to read Do You Know Where You Will Spend Eternity? to learn more on how easy it is to accept this gift.


I can be reached by email at paulismyapostle at gmail dot com.


August 2009: I am currently embarking on a study of Paul’s epistles (Romans through Philemon) and attempting to read through them six times in the next year at the suggestion of Pastor Richard Jordan. I plan to upload a copy of the schedule I am using to help keep myself on track.

In Him,

Mrs. Stewart