A Reoccurring Promise Of God And The Abrahamic Covenant

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Abrahamic Covenant God gave mankind seven covenants throughout history showing us His love and Grace, desiring for us to love and obey Him with all of our hearts and souls. Although many times mankind did not hold up their end of the covenants, God, covering us in grace, created new covenants with us. A reoccurring promise in God 's Covenants, beginning with the Adamic covenant through the New Covenant is the promise of the Messiah, Jesus. In the Abrahamic Covenant, God promises Abraham He will make his name great, make his descendants numerous, and make Abraham the father of a multitude of nations. Similar to the Abrahamic Covenant, the Davidic Covenant also promises a king will come through his line, both men promised the Messiah will come through their line for their faith and Obedience to God. The first example of Abrahams faith and obedience occurred when Abram was directed by God to leave his country, people, and father 's house and go where God would show him. As part of the covenant, God promises to bless Abram, "making him into a great nation" with "numerous descendants" and blessing the world through his direct line (NIV). Although Abram was in his nineties with no children, God promises him his own heir, numerous descendants, the land of the Canaanites, and he and his offspring would be given all the land he could see forever. God guarantees for four hundred years his descendants would be enslaved and mistreated, but God will punish the nation they

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