One can also be encouraged to know that even though these were both great men of God, they had times of weakness and made mistakes as all humans do. The reader will gain a better understanding of what life was like during the time these events took place. These covenants were meant to be read by God’s people and to teach one how to know God and be closer to him. The Abrahamic Covenant reminds us that we are God’s people while the Mosaic Covenant reminds us of things we should do to be a better person. They both lay the foundation for the coming of Jesus and make it so that one no longer has to make an animal sacrifice to be forgiven of sin. All someone has to do is to confess that he or she has faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.
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