Everything God does is based on the covenant. And if you take the Bible, it is divided into two parts, the Old Testament or the Old Covenant and the New Testament or New Covenant. He is therefore the God of covenants, He is the sovereign steward of covenants. Now, what is an alliance? This was a very common feature of the ancient Middle East in the way nations governed their relations with each other, and God in His goodness and condescension so that we could understand what He does took this form and used it to describe our relationship with Him, since He is the great King. and He put us in touch with Himself. Then you have the Davidic Alliance in there. In 2. Samuel 7, you have the Davidic Covenant. And in the Davidic Covenant, God makes a covenant with David. The Messiah will sit on your throne. You will have someone who will sit on your throne forever. Yahweh, God, did more; He spoke of promised blessings. God blesses Adam and Eve; He thus gave them the ability and authority to serve as agents of his covenant.
He provided for their maintenance (Genesis 1:28-30). He also spoke of the possibility of disobedience when they ate from the forbidden tree of the knowledge of good and evil (Genesis 2:17). The ideas of blessing (life) and curse (death) were therefore also included. The ban on maintenance has been described as a requirement for probation, but also as an integral aspect of the „Covenant of Works“. More and more Bible students and scholars, based on biblical testimonies, believe that it is better to talk about the covenant of creation and that what was considered the „covenant of works“ is only an integral part of the covenant of creation. An alliance is a solemn binding agreement. And it is made by passing through pieces of meat. So you go through the whole Bible, which I did because I wrote a book about covenants and covenants. But you go through the whole Bible and see that he made a covenant, Abraham made a covenant, made other covenants. So they made an alliance.
Similarly, not honoring and keeping the Sabbath meant breaking the entire covenant (Exodus 31:13 Exodus 31:16; see also Neh 9:14; Nehemiah 10:31 Nehemiah 10:33; 13:15-22 ; Isaiah 56:2–6; Jer 17:19-29). Keeping the Sabbath was a clear prerequisite for faithful covenant life and worship. The first time you actually see the breaking of the covenant is in Genesis 15. And here God told Abraham in Genesis 12 that He would make him a great nation. Well, if you want to make him a great nation, he has to have a child. And he said, „You know, someone who was born in my house, my servant, could be like a son, he could be my heir. God said, „No, come here. And he takes it out and says, „Count the stars if you can. And he said, „This is how your seed will be. In the singular, not in the plural. The new testament word covenant was usually translated as covenant, but testimony and will were also used.
This Greek word basically means to order or arrange for yourself. However, party inequality is latent. That the reasons for a covenant must be expressed: „Because of all this.“ Then, 430 years later, Galatians says he is making another covenant. And this covenant is the law of Sinai. This alliance is an alliance that must be respected on both sides. The Abrahamic covenant is unconditional. God goes through the pieces, Abraham doesn`t. Blessings and curses, you obey, you are blessed, you become disobedient, you are cursed, you are condemned. And so that this law may become a schoolmaster, as Galatians 3 says, to silence us until faith in the Messiah comes, until faith in Yeshua comes, until faith in Jesus, the Christ, the Messiah, comes.
Fourth, Israel responded in a covenant, „We will do whatever Yahweh said.“ They didn`t say, „We decide“ (we didn`t give them a choice) or „We`ll try“; They are fully committed. After the laws were promulgated, the people were assured that Yahweh would lead them, protect them, and be taken to the promised land, where they would remain faithful to Yahweh in the covenant and would not make an alliance with the people who live in the land or with their gods (23:20-33). It was a strong reminder to trust Yahweh, to believe in Him and to love only Him. The biblical testimony emphasizes the fact that God made a covenant when He created. Hosea (6:7) refers to Adam breaking the covenant. Jeremiah spoke of the covenant of day and night, which no one can change (33:19–20); It is believed that this covenant was initiated in creation when God separated the light from the darkness and gave the sun and moon the place and role assigned to them (Genesis 1:3-5 Moses 1:14). When Yahweh first spoke to Noah, Yahweh spoke to Noah, He said he would annihilate mankind from the face of the earth (Genesis 6:7). But he assured Noah that he would maintain his covenant and make it continue.
Therefore, Noah did not have to fear that God`s plan and method of administering his cosmic kingdom would be different after the Flood. But why, if God made a covenant when He created, the word „covenant“ is not in Genesis 1–2? Those who only want to talk about the covenant of grace, which is briefly and indirectly mentioned in Noah`s account (Genesis 6–9), believe that some of the basic elements of the covenant of grace were pronounced when Yahweh, God, promised victory through the seed of women (Genesis 3:14-16). When Yahweh God made a covenant with David, according to 2 Samuel 7, the term „covenant“ did not appear, but when David referred to what Yahweh had said and done, he said, „Didn`t he make an eternal covenant with me?“ (2 Sam 23:5; cf. Psalm 89:3). Just as the elements contained in the covenant were present in the account of the covenant with David (2 Sam 7), so the elements that make up the covenant are recorded in Genesis 1-2. Misunderstandings must be avoided. God has established a global binding (covenant) relationship with His creation, of which humanity is the central institution of a second covenant in the context and framework of the Covenant of Creation. While Yahweh continued to reveal himself to God and how the redemptive/restorative „second covenant“ was to be dispensed, this was always done with the context and framework of the Covenant of Creation. Because the Covenant of Grace received direct and more complete „divine attention“ when Yahweh revealed to God his plan of the kingdom, its purpose, and its certain perfection, many Bible students and scholars turned their attention to it by maintaining and continuing to maintain its position and role in the context and framework of the Covenant of Creation, The Yahweh, while executing and fulfilling his plan and purpose for his eternal kingdom, do not see, understand, and believe. He has the right to view the threat posed by Hamas as devastating, given the emphatic language of his pact. Another important covenant in the Bible, often called mosaic, is the one God made with Israel. The Lord told Moses in Exodus 19 that if Israel maintained the condition of listening and obeying faithfully, God would maintain His end of the covenant.
In other words, the Israelites were to become the guardians of God`s covenant. It meant living the commandments as a light to the nations. Did the biblical authors borrow from pagan sources when they wrote about Yahwehotte`s covenant activities in the name and his relationship with his people? There is no indication of any kind in the Bible that this was done. There are clear similarities between biblical and non-biblical covenants. The most satisfying and acceptable position is that Yahweh God is the source and author of the whole concept and phenomenon of the covenant. He incorporated the covenant relationship into his creative activity and manual work. The alliance is German for human life; it is implanted and unfolded by God. The pagan kings, in their proud and self-sufficient attitude, gave a concrete expression of what Yahweh God had implanted and maintained in his created cosmos. This explanation requires an answer to three important questions. When did Yahweh God first make His covenant? What was the nature of this first covenant? After the biblical revelation, did Yahweh make any other covenants with God after the first one? Hebrews 9:15 ~ Therefore, he is the mediator of a new covenant, so that those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance, since a death has occurred that redeems them from the transgressions committed under the first covenant.
Exasperated doctors want it too – and many have begun to reclaim the alliance between doctor and patient. Before Moses finished his „covenant-like talks,“ he ordained Joshua as his successor (31:1-8), wrote down what he had preached and had it placed in the ark (31:9-29), wrote a song praising Yahweh`s character and deeds and Israel`s failure and tragic consequences (32:1–43), and pronounced a blessing for the Israelites (chap.