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Today's Devotion

The Need for a New Covenant

  • October 16, 2018 | Jeremiah 31:33

In the ancient Near East, a covenant was used to establish the relationship between two parties. In it, the suzerain (or lord) promised protection and blessing, while the vassal (or servant) promised obedience and loyalty. For Israel, the Mosaic covenant was the binding relationship between God and His people.

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