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What is a covenant?
It is a sacred and binding relationship of the highest order. Two key covenant elements are faithfulness and lovingkindness - two virtues we all long for in any meaningful relationship. It is through covenant dynamics that we discover true intimacy.
While contracts are often made to be broken, covenants are meant to endure. The heart of a covenant relationship is not about what we can get out of it but, rather, how we can bless one another.
There was a day when virtually every culture in our world operated with a covenant mind-set, but that day has long passed - especially in the West. This unfortunate change has led to a loss of trust in virtually every area of society. The result is that we often find ourselves feeling alone, discouraged, and anxious.
Even though much of Western culture had lost sight of a covenant worldview, the concept is still intensely relevant. The God who created us has always related to humanity in a covenant context.
From the first page of Genesis to the last page of Revelation, the Bible was penned from a covenantal perspective. If we truly want to know and understand God while experiencing his peace in the process, we will "drink truth" and fully embrace the covenant mind-set of the Bible.
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An outline of the foundation by which redemption through Christ can occur for all who follow him. Timely as a touchstone for all who see - or feel a part of - a potential for division occurring. Between all who value fundamental truths of what is either wrong or righteous behavior - perhaps subconsciously to the potential danger of adopting a Pharisee mentality - and those who value reaching all souls wherever they are with necessary compassion, but with the potential danger of diluting the message if their own scriptural base is not strong. A good listen.