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Standing on the Promises, Part 5: The New Covenant – Freedom and Fruitfulness in Christ

Although the people had broken their side of the Mosaic covenant, God was not going to abandon them or forever shame them for it. They would still have their identity, their God, and would be able to begin again with a blank slate and wiser hearts because of God’s grace. Their condemnation, not their relationship with God, would be no more.


Jeremiah 31:31-34; Luke 6:43-45







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