This article discusses various matters pertaining to the worship service. It explains that such a service falls within God's covenant and is a celebration of it. It goes into some detail on what the liturgy is, as well as the origins of the Reformed liturgy. Finally, it describes the so-called liturgical movement, a phenomenon in the 1800s.
This article reviews the book of E. W. Nicholson on the covenant in Old Testament, with the title God and His People, Covenant and Theology in the Old Testament.
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.
Can a covenant member break the covenant? The article answers in the affirmative, with consideration given to the examples of Esau and Jacob.
This article focuses on the signs that God has given to demonstrate and confirm his covenant love: the Sabbath, circumcision and baptism as signs of admission, and the Passover meal, and the Lord’s Supper. The article also discusses how baptism has replaced circumcision, and the Lord’s Supper has replaced Passover (among the other OT feasts).