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Let's talk, Covenant Relationship

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Hezekiah L Montgomery

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Have you ever made a promise to someone, and comes to find out that it was hard to keep that promise?  Have you ever had that talk with God that if He'd ever get ou out this situation you've gotten yourself in that you'd never do it again!  Well, we've all been there, and it actually get's us nowhere.  But for the Grace of God, and His mercy's that are new every morning, God continues to forgive us and is waiting for us to get it together. 

Tonight, we're going to talk about something that many people don't really want to talk about, we're discussing, Covenant Relationship.  And you're asking, what is that?  A Covenant is  Literally, a contract. In the Bible, an agreement between God and his people, in which God makes promises to his people and, usually, requires certain conduct from them. In the Old Testament, God made agreements with Noah, Abraham, and Moses. And the definition of Relationship is the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected or the state of being connected.

So, in turn, when you're in covenant relationship with God, you, me, us, are in a contract with God. A great example of that is between a husband and wife, they are in a covenant relationship with God first, and secondly, they are in a covenant relationship with each other.  God's people are drawn to be in a covenant relationship with Him because of his love for us that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us.  Christ is married to the church. 

Join us, Hezekiah L. Montgomery and Nichelle Johnson you host and cohost of MAN IN THE MIRROR tonight June 9, 2017, at 9 PM as we dive into this great discussion.  Call in at 917.889.2271 or log into www.blogtalkradio.com/man-in-themirror.  

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