Significance of the Two Covenants

Our God is a covenant God. Throughout the ages, He has dealt with His chosen ones on the basis of covenant..Believers of today are no exception. By means of a covenant, God commits Himself and His people to an enduring relationship of value with mutual responsibilities and benefits for both parties involved.
Exodus 34:10 gives us a profound insight into the power of Divine Agreement:

And he said, Behold, I make a covenant: before all thy people I will do marvels, such as have not been done in all the earth, nor in any nation: and all the people among which thou art shall see the work of the LORD: for it is a terrible [awe-inspiring] thing that I will do with thee.

God’s covenant principle has found expression in different eras and settings. Of these, His covenant with Abraham stands out, for it’s “an everlasting covenant” (Gen. 17:7). From it sprung the Old and New Covenants.

In Significance Of The Two Covenants, the author, Apostle-Elder Ofori, lays out the similarities and differences between the two and examines how the former pre-illustrated the greater glory and blessings of the latter.

And he does not de-emphasize the all-important covenant virtues of faith and obedience. Abraham not only believed but also obeyed. (Gen. 15:6; 26:5). 

Drink deep from this booklet, and you will come to an understanding of the power of Divine Agreement and the wonderful life that await you as a covenant child of God. Request your free copy today!