Covenants In The Bible

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A Covenant is an agreement or contract between two people. In the Bible, God himself made covenants. God made 8 great covenants, to the people that chose to believe in Him. Covenants are a big deal, usually, if you were to break one, you’d be cursed and the promises were not to be kept. God made 3 kinds of covenants with His people:general, conditional, and unconditional covenants, all to show how much he loves us, and the salvation He has in store.
God made general covenants in the Bible, meaning that the covenant wasn’t just to one group of people, but generally for a wide range of people, maybe even everyone. The first of these wide range covenants was the covenant that God made with Adam and Eve, also known as the Adamic Covenant. After God had created Adam and Eve, in Genesis 2:16-17, He commanded them only one thing, to not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for if they did, they would surely die. Sadly, they did not obey his command, for the serpent had tricked
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Let’s just say, I think that may have knocked some sense into them. That covenant may have been broken, but God, being a God of mercy and love made a new covenant with them. We may do bad things, awful things, but God, is slow to anger and full of love, he will always pick us back up again and forgive us. God made unconditional covenants in the Bible. Unconditional covenants is an agreement where, no matter what you do, you’ll always be forgiven and the covenant will never be broken. This is one of the most grace and love filled covenants that there is, this covenant literally defines God. A great example of this kind of covenant is the covenant God made with Abraham. In Genesis 12:1-3, God calls to Abram, and makes a covenant with

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