Is the old covenant obsolete, the covenant God made with the nation of Israel? Many people think obsolete means that the old covenant was “done away,” was “abrogated,” and is of no effect now. But is this true?
What is the writer of Hebrews really saying when he uses the words, that we translate “obsolete” and “passing away?”
It may surprise you to know the truth of the matter.
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Would it surprise you to know that:
The covenant was not a contract
The “Old” covenant was not “done away”
Christ did not abolish the law, the covenant
The covenant was not a “marriage”
The covenant is everlasting
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