The Covenant of Covenants

A covenant is an agreement between two or more parties for the accomplishing of a purpose commonly agreed upon. The Bible tells us of a certain covenant called the "everlasting covenant." It is the most important covenant that you and I will ever know anything about. Abraham, Noah, Moses, David, Isaiah. Jeremiah, and other Bible characters recognized and benefited by this covenant of covenants. Christ Jesus' teachings and works were all based on this far-reaching agreement.

Jeremiah refers to it thus: "I will make an everlasting covenant with them, that I will not turn away from them, to do them good. ... Yea. I will rejoice over them to do them good." Never will God turn away from, or be unavailable to, you or me. Forever He rejoices to do only good to His people. Noah saw that the everlasting covenant is God's covenant with "every living creature" (Genesis 9:15). Not one is left out.

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Positive Right
July 31, 1943
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