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Deuteronomy highlights first what God has done for His people, and then describes the loving obedience that the people are to respond with in gratitude. Three main themes of Deuteronomy are love, heart, and life.
These Are The Words: Agreements and Addresses - Episode 1
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!
These Are The Words: Revolt and Result - Episode 2
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.
These Are The Words: Get What He Deserves - Episode 4
Modern scholars attempt to pit the “law of Moses” (the Mosaic covenant) against the “law of Christ”, often associated with the new covenant. They describe the Mosaic covenant as primarily bondage-generating rules and regulations that were to be externally obeyed, by rote, in contrast to the new c...
After hearing the Gospel everyone will respond to it in one way or another—either with an old covenant experience (rejection, legalism) that leads to doom, or with a new covenant experience (faith and obedience) that leads to life. The Bible describes it as a war between “the flesh” and “the Spir...
Imagine if you had ninety-one days out of each year when you didn’t have to work or study!
This describes how God intended the Israelites to celebrate the feasts as described in Deuteronomy. Find out why in this episode.