#018 – Entering the Covenant (Blood Covenant Pt 11) [Podcast]

The covenant, above everything else, means union, the coming together of two parties to make a functional one. In the making of the old human covenants, the parties took each other’s name to indicate that they were united as one. But in the new covenant we do not merely take His name, but His Spirit actually joins us to Him and we are made truly one. But he who is joined to the Lord is one spirit with Him (1 Corinthians 6:17). The miracle of the new birth, by which we pass from the death of sin into the eternal life of the new covenant, is to be understood as our being actually joined to Christ.

Entering the Covenant

Entering the Covenant

Union with Christ is not to be thought of as an advanced mystical experience, a higher life reserved for the elite, but the common experience of the whole body of believers. To become a Christian is to enter into Christ and partake of His life and be His vehicle of living on earth.

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“Entering the Covenant” Show Notes

In this episode, I share on the following topics:

  • Review of the previous episode
  • Call Upon the Name
  • Repentance and Faith
  • The human need of the physical to realize the spiritual
  • Baptism

“Entering the Covenant” Episode Resources

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