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You have asked a great question and in order to answer it we have to do some reexamining of the Covenants, and what actually each means and with whom they were made. So bear with me this going to be a bit long winded. First Let's take them in the order in which each was made and with whom. Genesis 17:7 KJV And I will establish my covenant between me ...


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My answer may not be extensive due to time restraints, but I think it's important to emphasize this main point. The old covenant (Jer. 31:32), which the Israelites entered into at Sinai (Exo. 24:7), cannot be eternal because it never promised eternal life to the Israelites. Instead of eternal life, God (the other party of the covenant) promised that the ...


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Physical Descendants Abraham's descendants do not include just the Jewish people. Recall that father Abraham had many sons--had many sons had father Abraham. Isaac is the father of the Jewish nation, but you also have Ishmael along with the six sons of Keturah: Now Abraham took another wife, whose name was Keturah. She bore to him Zimran and Jokshan ...


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Both the Gospels and the Epistles repeatedly establish the New Covenant as a non-legalistic relationship with God --a new relationship not founded in following specific rules. However, as Paul says, not everything that is allowed is beneficial. As a Christian, you need to be guided by your relationship with Christ and by a spirit of discernment to ...


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God's covenant's are neither unilateral nor bilateral, but they are colateral, meaning that even though Jesus" has been made a propitiation for us and taken the anger of God on our behalf and is the mediator of the new covenant, The covenant itself, set up by God himself to reconcile his creation, man, male and female, back to himself, this covenant is made ...


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The Bible is a pretty thick book when you come right down to it. Yet, so few spend any time researching 3/4's of it, while relying on the end to interpret the beginning. That is not how one should read any book. The plan of God is not written backwards. So the question is "Why did God give a 'New Covenant'"? Well, believe it or not, the answer flies in ...



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