We are a community of young adults, using our creative talents to share the Gospel. The culture we cultivate is a reflection of our mission, values and passion for growing disciples in a day and age that craves loving relationships and deep, meaningful conversation.
Chapters 24-27 of Isaiah bring “the everlasting covenant” into sharp focus for us. The ‘everlasting covenant’ deals with the concepts of judgment and blessing, especially for the days in which we are living right now! Soon God will have final victory over everything evil – that’s a promise!
When it comes to defining the New Covenant, it seems as though most Christians are puzzled about it. Those who do attempt a definition generally meander around the topics of Jesus’ death and resurrection, the gospel, grace, love, the Holy Spirit, the law written on the heart, and so on.
Paul’s mantra, “Love is the fulfilment of the law” (Romans 13:10) was established in the Sinai covenant. This is why we consider the old and new covenants equal to each other at the most fundamental level.