The Old Testament: The Davidic Covenant

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The Old Testament tells us about the people of Israel, the chosen ones of God. God had made a covenant with his people and that they would be faithful to God and that God would never abandon them. The people of Israel broke this covenant, due to unfaithful acts . God forgave his people and gave them the Ten Commandments as well as a new covenant. Unfortunately, everyone continued to sin, but God forgave time and time again, and always created a new covenant with them.
God wanted his people to be happy forever, he wanted to erase the sin of the first human beings and all who came after them. This is God’s plan of salvation, and the path he walks with us is called salvation history. Through Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross, God made a new and promising covenant with his people that from that moment on, it
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Your throne shall be established forever.”
Just like in all the covenants, God wants to take us all on a journey, and it’s a journey towards eternal life with him.

At the end of every covenant there was a reward. In the Abrahamic Covenant God blessed Abraham with the nation of Israel and in the Mosaic Covenant God rewarded Moses and the people of Egypt with the promised land. While rewarded Noah with life, God had let Noah and his family live and not get killed by the great flood, plus God promised Noah the he will never destroy the earth by a flood. God had also rewarded David by making him king and giving him an everlasting kingdom. And finally in the New Covenant God had rewarded us with forgiveness, so that we as sinners can have a better chance at being with god forever.
The Abrahamic Covenant:
2 And I will make of you a great nation, and I will bless you and make your name great, so that you will be a blessing.

The Noahic
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