God’s relationship with humankind is based on a covenant. In fact, the Bible is a book of covenants. In Psalm 111:5 the Psalmist, who was an Israelite says of God, ‘He remembers His covenant forever. What is a covenant? What does it mean that God remembers His covenant forever?
Watch this video to get a greater understanding of God’s faithfulness. God is faithful! He is a covenant-keeping God! He is interested in people. He is interested in having a relationship. This understanding will cause your passion for God to go to another dimension! May this covenant with God sermon bless you!
Today on Passion for God, join Pastor Bola Ogedengbe in the sixth episode of the ‘Psalm 111 decoded’ series to discover the answer to these questions and more, as she journeys through the covenants God made with man in the Bible:
– God’s covenant with Noah
– God’s covenant with Abraham
-God’s covenant with Moses
-God’s covenant with David
– the New Covenant in the blood of Jesus Christ.
In Matthew 26:28, Jesus says, This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.’ Every person that is born again has a covenant with God, through the blood of Jesus. God promised the New Covenant in Ezekiel 36:26, and it was fulfilled in the death and resurrection of Jesus. The Psalmist says that God remembers His covenant, therefore you can go boldly to God’s throne. When God makes a commitment to humanity it is irrévocable.
What are the benefits of the New Covenant in Jesus?
- forgiveness of sins
- divine assistance
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