07 March 2024: THINGS THAT ESTRANGE YOU TO THE COVENANT – Ephesians 2:10-13

Ephesians 2:12 explains that those that are not born again are strangers to the covenant. I want you to see the terrible position of somebody that is not born again. It is not a position that you want your worst enemy to occupy. The four positions are as follows:
a) He is without Christ.
b) He is an alien from the commonwealth of Israel.
c) A stranger from the covenants of promise.
d) Having no hope.

Now let’s turn it around and look at your position as a child of God:
a) You are with the anointing; you are with Christ.
b) You are connected to the commonwealth of Israel.
c) You are a partaker of the covenants of promise.
d) You have hope. If you are born-again, your case is not hopeless.

But a born-again person can be a stranger to the covenant by two things:
1. Sin
2. Ignorance

As a born-again person, you can separate yourself from the covenant. Isaiah 59:1-2a says, “Behold, the Lord’s hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear: But your iniquities have separated between you and your God.” So, your iniquity can separate you from the covenant.

If you are born again and ignorant of the covenant provision, you are back to the scriptural position of an unbeliever, without Christ and the anointing.

But when you get born again, you are with the anointing, and you have it working for you. Ignorance can also separate you from the covenant.

PRAYER: Lord, help me to work in the revelation of my Kingdom inheritance. I will not be estranged from my rightful portion through sin or ignorance in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Numbers 8:1-9:23, Mark 13:14-37, Psalm 50:1-23, Proverbs 10:29-30


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