The author describes most of the lives of believers as closely associated with covenants in one way or another. He focuses on the community of believers who have to learn to keep the covenantal duty of living with others as brothers and sisters together in a covenant community. Other aspects of the covenant life include marriage and parenting.
The article provides a perspective on what it is to be a covenant community. This is applied to a typical congregation where the believers practically apply the view that as a covenant community they are to live and care for each other. This is supported by passages such as Romans 14:7-8 and Ephesians 4:25.
This article is about growing up in the Christian church and in a Christian family. The author discusses the blessings and dangers of children growing up with the Christian faith.
This article considers what it is to live with the Lord in the covenant. Specifically, it addresses the certainty of, commitment in, comfort in, and place of prayer in the covenant.
This article shows how the New Testament speaks of the church in the same way as the Old Testament, as the covenant people of God.
God is not ashamed to be called our God (Hebrews 11:16). Why should He be, in light of the abundance He has provided for his children?