Why are doctrines of the Lord so vastly ignored if they are not referring to another dispensation? Namely, Imposing on an individual an exceeding of the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees (Matt. 5:20), Mosaic altar doctrine (Matt. 5:23-24, Matt. 8:4), Plucking out an eye, cutting off a hand, (Matt. 5:29-30), Enduring to the end to be saved (Matt. 10:22), If taking present day missionary-ing into mind (as some will apply the following Matthew chapter 10), going only to Israel (Matt. 10:5-6), And, "How can Christians who according to John 10:28 are safe in Christ be in danger of the hell fire mentioned in Matt. 5:22, Matt. 5:29-30?" Lewis Sperry Chafer, Dispensationalism, 4.36 Seeing as Matthew 10 has in it the doctrine of the Second Advent of the Lord (Mt. 10:23), how couldn't the present dispensation of grace (not, admittedly by Paul, revealed in ages past) (Eph. 3:1-6) be an intercalation in the calender of the Matthew 10 passage (which includes Christ's Mt. 10:23-second-advent-prophesy)? So I say in conclusion in regards to the restoration of this Sermon-on-the-mount doctrine of Christ's mentioned above, with Chafer: "Will not the exalted demands of the Sermon on the Mount be more easily obeyed when earthly conditions are changed, as they will be? The Church will be removed and Israel advanced to a position above all the nations of the earth with Jehovah's Law written in their hearts and the Spirit poured out on all flesh." Lewis Sperry Chafer, Dispensationalism, 4.36 ...And will leave you with another question: How come Christ was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (Matt. 15:24) (Paul attesting to this as well, Rom. 15:8), while Paul's doctrine was to "all the Gentiles" (2 Tim 4:17) ?