One of the most powerful rituals in the ancient Hebrew culture was that of the blood covenant. This binding agreement combined elements of friendship, loyalty and sacrifice. And when God made the blood covenant with Abraham, our relationship with the Father was irrevocably altered.
Discover the awesome nature of the Covenant and the revelation of how this timeless ritual radically shifted when God sacrificed His Son on the cross ...when the Covenant Maker changed Heaven and Earth to become the Covenant Keeper.
One of the most powerful rituals in ancient Hebrew culture was that of the blood covenant. This agreement united two individuals for a lifetime and meant that the most intense forms of friendship, loyalty, and sacrifice had been exchanged. God chose to make this kind of covenant with Abraham in order to demonstrate His intense love for humanity and His deep desire to fellowship with His creation. By asking Abraham to perform the covenant ritual, God the Father and humanity were bonded for eternity.In The Covenant, well-known author Jim Garlow explains, with passion and possibility, the importance and meaning of the Covenant ritual and shows how this ceremony provides the foundation for everything we, as Christians, believe. The powerful revelations he presents will impact and transform your life and forever change your knowledge and appreciation of the Christian faith.This powerful Bible study will dramatically enrich your understanding of God’s nature and love for His people and reveal a whole new appreciation for God’s amazing story and the beautiful, incredible, breathtaking sacrifice that Christ made so God’s covenant with us would not be broken.
James L. Garlow is senior pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego. He is the founding pastor of the Metroplex Chapel in Dallas, TX. He currently hosts The Garlow Perspective—heard daily on nearly 500 radio outlets. He is the author of Cracking the DaVinci Code, Church Alive & Well, God Still Heals, and Partners in Ministry. He and his wife, Carol, have four children.