02 March 2024: DIMENSIONS OF THE COVENANT – Exodus 2:23-25; Galatians 3:15-18

In the Old Testament of the Bible, the nation of Israel had a covenant with God; as a result, no nation could stand against them.

In the New Testament, God cut a covenant with Jesus, which we are partakers of when we get born again.

Abraham had a covenant with God. God told him to sacrifice his son and he wanted to do that, but God said, “… For now I know that thou fearest God, seeing thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only son from me.” (Gen. 22:12). And He swore to Abraham, “That in blessing I will bless thee … and thy seed shall possess the gate of his enemies” (Gen. 22:17). The seed of Abraham would be experiencing the general dimension of the covenant, but Abraham a special dimension of the covenant.

When it is a covenant with the devil, the person that cut the covenant or the group of people that entered that covenant would have a special experience of the covenant, whether positive or negative. While the beneficiaries, whether they want to or not, will be entering into the general dimension of that covenant.

There are two main reasons why people make covenants with the devil or with a spirit:
a. When they are looking for progress or blessings that they don’t have, or
b. When they are under oppression, and they need deliverance.

In Exodus 2:23, the children of Israel were just crying and groaning, but God remembered his covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. It is important you understand that there is a special dimension of the covenant and there is a general dimension.

PRAYER: Lord, from today, I will enjoy positive covenant remembrances in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Leviticus 25:47-27:13, Mark 10:32-52, Psalm 45:1-17, Proverbs 10:22


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