Insights, Mistaken Perceptions

The New Marriage Covenant

Matthew 5:17 – “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets.” Many teach that the New Covenant replaces the Old Covenant, implying that the Torah has been made obsolete and we are under new rules now that Yeshua has died and been resurrected. This is a mistaken perception, or… Continue reading The New Marriage Covenant


New Covenant, or Re-New-ed Covenant?

Ancient Covenants History tells us that a covenant was and is an agreement between two parties. The agreement, according to custom, consists of several parts: 1) Identification of parties 2) Historical prologue where the deeds establishing the worthiness of the dominant party is established, 3) Conditions of the agreement 4) Rewards and punishments in regard… Continue reading New Covenant, or Re-New-ed Covenant?