The Two Covenants
Lesson 1 – An Introduction
There are differences between God’s old agreement with Israel and His New Covenant with those who rely on Christ, the true Israel.
Play 1: An Introduction
Lesson 2 – The Spirit of Bondage and the Spirit of Freedom
The Old Covenant demanded perfect obedience for God’s blessing. The New Covenant brings “Yes, and Amen” (sure) blessings via trust in Jesus Christ’s perfect obedience.
Play 2: Bondage vs. Freedom
Lesson 3 – A Two-Act Play
New Testament writers believed the Hebrew Scriptures were foundational to understanding the New Covenant.
Play 3: A Two-Act Play
Lesson 4 – Five Important Truths
Five fundamental truths are the basis for the New Covenant where God favors sinners who trust the person and work of the Messiah.
Play 4: Five Important Truths
Lesson 5 – Remember Christ!
Everything in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) points to the Messiah and the Covenant of Law which He fulfilled for His people.
Play 5: Remember Christ!
Lesson 6 – New Covenant Believers and National Israel
Christians make the mistake of blindly defending the nation of Israel by not seeing that ancient Israel points this world to the Messiah.
Play 6: New Covenant Believers and National Israel
Lesson 7 – Detailed Examinations of Covenant Theologies
Christians systemize the differences between the Two Covenants into various systematic theologies detailed in this lesson.
Play 7: Detailed Examinations of Convenant Theologies
Lesson 8 – Jesus, the Center of It All
Jesus is on every page of the Hebrew Scriptures and He is revealed in the New Covenant Scriptures as the Center of It All.
Play 8: Jesus, the Center of It All
Lesson 9 – The Destruction of Heaven and Earth
God established a covenant with the nation of Israel at Sinai, and when that covenant ended, the LORD “destroyed heaven and earth.”
Play 9: The Destruction of Heaven and Earth
Lesson 10 – Witnessing in the New Covenant
Sharing the Good News in these New Covenant Days.
Play 10: Witnessing in the New Covenant
Lesson 11 – Defining Sin in the New Covenant
The concept of sin in the Hebrew Scriptures required five different Hebrew words to define. In the New Covenant, sin is unbelief.
Play 11: Defining Sin
Lesson 12 – A Review
These lessons on The Two Covenants are mind-blowing for some, and a review of where we’ve been in this Two Covenant series is due.
Play 12: A Review
Lesson 13 – The Intimacy of Worship
YHWH as “Papa” in the New Covenant is the greatest blessing.
Play 13: The Intimacy of Worship
Lesson 14 – Men and Women Equal
In the New Covenant, the Spirit’s gifts are never gender qualified.
Play 14: Men and Women Equal
Lesson 15 – Outside the Camp
As you begin comprehending the New Covenant, you’ll go after the least, the littlest, and the lost – those “outside the camp.”
Play 15: Outside the Camp
Lesson 16 – Our Sabbath Rest
The Sabbath was extremely important in the Old Agreement. So too, learning to “rest in Christ” in the New Covenant is LIFE.