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Why Do We Need The Covenants


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of the 2nd great commandment: "You shall love your neighbor as yourself" (Matt 22:39). The sin offering required to make atonement (satisfy the law to fulfill justice) to redeem carnal man had to be without blemish. All who love the Lord share a delight in His praise. But man must first learn the laws of the Kingdom of God and develop godly character before he can be given power as sons of God to rule over the universe. Carnal men seek to be accepted and esteemed of men and not God (Gal 1:10; John 5:44; Jukes. The blood of the bullock was sprinkled on the horns of the incense altar, representing the horn of salvation (Lk 1:69) or Christ who takes our prayers before God, to restore communion of the priests with God. The peace offering was offered in two ways to distinguish two aspects of its meaning, as a thanksgiving or praise offering (Lev 7:12; Heb 13:15-16) and as a vow or a voluntary offering of service (Lev 7:16). Individually and congregationally, worship is either accepted or refused by God. He pleased not himself (Rom 15:3 but kept himself spotless before God (Heb 9:14 made himself of no reputation taking on the form of a servant (Phil 2:7 then offered himself in complete obedience as a sweet savour, acceptable and well pleasing to God (Mk. Standard reference works and music textbooks confirm this. We must not go out of bounds (2 John 1:9).

This is essential so that we maintain our testimony of faith and service and not be found in disobedience in the Day of Judgment. Catholic Encyclopedia reads, The first Christians were of too spiritual a fiber to substitute lifeless instruments for or to use them to accompany the human voice. He now makes continual intercession for us to God the Father to supply our needs, giving protection, encouragement, correction, etc. This was a heave offering unto the Lord for the priest. The law requires man to walk in God's ways (Ex 16:4) after the spirit (Rom 8:1,4) by faith (II Cor 5:7; Eph 4:1). Though the gospel provides continual opportunities to become more like the Savior, we dont need to feel overwhelmed. Jesus took His own blood before God to obtain eternal redemption for us (Heb 9:12). In working toward these goals, we acknowledge the necessity of the Holy Spirit to effect change and growth in the lives of believers but also acknowledge our responsibilities in this regard. Truly may God in all things be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. "This is more than all whole burnt offerings and sacrifices" (Matt 22:36-40; Mark 12:29-33).


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