Over the past 40+ years of being a Bond Servant of my Master Jesus Christ, I have seen my share of the supernatural. I mean really unusual events that can only come from the Almighty God to let me know that He is real and that He was preparing me for His work. Rather than post the numerous events because it might be construed as boasting, I'll not indulge unless asked. Unless I'm stuck in a period of time like between the two Covenants, 400 years, I'm experiencing a period of time that is extremely important to understand....There have been times when I rejected what is called "classic dispensationalism" of which I was taught in Bible College. Now? I'm not so sure. Now, I am seeing another "time frame" which indeed might qualify as a dispensation. I don't really want to discuss the validity of dispensationalism, Just want to know where you all believe we are, presently, in the plan of God, prior to our Lord's return. If there are New Covenant, or Testament, dispensations. Simply, they would be a Christocentric time frame in which Jesus' miracles, sign & wonders (some say that miracles & wonders are the same) all point to His Deity and Messiah position to Israel. Next would be the time frame of the Apostles. This time frame would be signs and wonders establishing their true identity to Jesus Christ and the identity of the establishment of the true Church of it's Head, Jesus Christ, and the true doctrines and commands of believers as to how to live holy lives in and out of the Church of our Lord. Now we come to a present time frame where you and I function. As I said before, I believe that the supernatural has slowed down to a crawl or non-existent....I am in the process of studying the Book of Revelation, again! As I was reading Rev. 2:18-29, the Church of Thyatira, I came to this statement of Jesus.... Rev 2:25 "But that which ye have already hold fast till I come." Could this be the last dispensation, or time frame, until the coming of Jesus Christ? It makes a lot of sense because of all the Scripture that commands us not to loose faith, or to fall away. There will be a religious rebellion (apostasy) according to 2 Thess. 2, and true believers simply cannot be in that number. What I'm saying, my friends, is, "HOLD FAST UNTIL JESUS COMES". Your thoughts?