Key Kingdom Documents: Part 1

In this podcast, we transition to key kingdom documents which shape the nature of the Kingdom. These documents are covenants, and despite the tragic history of the nation of Israel, God still covenanted with them several times.  These covenants describe God’s relationship with Israel and with significant people in the nation.  In some covenants, God requires that the nation or individual do certain things to maintain their obligations to the covenant. These covenants we call conditional covenants. Other covenants, God does not require the nation or individual to do anything to receive the benefits of the covenant. These covenants we call unconditional covenants. The first covenant that God makes with the nation of Israel is the Mosaic Covenant, a conditional covenant. The Mosaic Covenant establishes the core aspects of the nation of Israel: the King of the Israel, the people of the nation, and the land of the nation. First, God is the King of the kingdom as manifested by his actions: he rescued them, fought for them, regulated them, and he received homage. Second, the people were God’s treasured possession, a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation to her God. Finally, we will see that God promised to give them the territory which he promised to the patriarchs: from the red sea, to the Mediterranean Sea, to the edge of the wilderness toward Egypt, and up to the Euphrates river.  By the Mosaic Covenant, God established his kingdom on this earth.

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/fresh-ground- theology/id1449094482?mt=2

Google Play:

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Spotify:

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