Deathisdefeated

O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?

Hebrews 9:16-18 For when there is a covenant death the one in the covenant must bear it.For the covenant over dead ones is firm even though it was never enforced while the covenanted one was alive.That is why the first testament was never renewed without blood. (Strong's G1457 first definition is renewed not inaugurated) 

The law demanded death for disobedience. Adam disobeyed the only law in the garden and died. He was then forced out of the garden. Then God renewed his covenant with Adam by shedding blood. God covered them with the life of another.

The high priest typically entered the most holy place once a year to renew covenant. But this inner room (called the second booth or second tabernacle in Hebrews 9) was a copy of the real one in heaven.

So Christ permanently renewed the covenant when he came out of the real second room (most holy place) having offered his own first covenant death. Hebrews 9:28 He did not come out a second time.

He said," ...my soul I am placing over the sheep". John 10:15b Soul is covenant life.

Views: 141

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Was the first covenant inaugurated with blood as ESV says? does anyone think this is a legitament interpretation of Hebrews 9:16-18? I see now Adam was clothed before being sent into the wilderness. Is there an edit button?

A newborn Hebrew boy was typically given covenant life after 7 days of something. Was he born into the death of Adam and born again on the first day of a new creation in type. The anti type is circumcision of the heart. Do the seven days represent the time before the new creation? Why call it the eight day? He also shed his own blood at the hands of others which has covenant renewal and priestly implications. Can anyone out there put words to this? Jesus was circumcised on the eighth day in type and born again on the first day of the new creation and rejoiced with others in hades just as the parents of a Hebrew baby would rejoice to see their baby enter the covenant life by circumcision. The third day was when Jesus was resurrected to land. Anyone have any insight or any books or articles to clarify these things?
As Jesus entered the world head first by traveling down the birth canal on a mission to reverse the curse, he got marriage covenant blood on his head as he entered the land (the hymen broke). The pregnant daughter of Eve who had never been completely mastered by an Adam gave birth to a true Adam. She was in betrothal preparing her heart for the law of her husband when the Holy Spirit came upon her.

On the eighth day after being born Jesus was circumcised. The flesh that covered the head was cut off revealing a new creation. The new creation week started on day eight and was no longer to be in the flesh. This symbolically pointed to the cross . Jesus put to death the last and only true Adam by once again getting blood on his head. This time it was his own blood shed by his crown of thorns produced by the curse on Adam. "The land will produce thorns for you". The king took the covenant curse so that head Adam in the flesh would completely die. This was an obedient death that was also a blood renewal as opposed to the treacherous death of father Adam that still needed a sacrificial covenant renewal. This Adam obediently followed Eve into covenant death and was able to rescue her. She was widowed and set free to marry the resurrection man.

On resurrection Sunday the first born head of the new family emerges into the new land, again on the eighth day and no longer in the flesh but in the spirit. Being born into the family of God is still by circumcision in that the true Jew is circumcised in the heart and not by hands of an Adam.

Have I gone too far with this? I know I'm making mistakes and would love to have them pointed out. But talking to myself helps too.

This word for renew has two occurrences in the Bible. Hebrews 9:18 and Hebrews 10:20.

...by the blood of Jesus. 10:20 By which he renews the way for us, recently slain and living, through the veil that is to say his flesh.

Wasn't  Adam in the presence of God by faith without the need for blood when the covenant was inaugurated?

No more covenant renewals according to Hebrews 6:6. Here the same root word that means renewal (kainizo) has the prefix ana and occurs only once in scripture in this form. The word anakainizo means to renew again. 

Hebrews 6:6 Says it is impossible to renew again to repentance those in the O.C. era who rejected the Holy Spirit and the word of God because they would need more blood from Christ. The Final blood renewal was underway and the age was moving forward. There will be no repeat offer. Those who fell away from that first century offer of grace lost their covenant renewal and chose to remain in the cursed covenant land that was producing thorns and ready to be burned. But the author of Hebrews had better things in mind for the recipients of his letter.

RSS

Events

Forum

This Site Active?

Started by Doug in Eschatology. Last reply by Patricia Watkins on Sunday. 11 Replies

Gen 1 vs Isa 51

Started by Internet_Troll in Eschatology. Last reply by Internet_Troll May 3. 4 Replies

Adam as Israel

Started by Internet_Troll in Eschatology. Last reply by Internet_Troll Nov 5, 2017. 9 Replies

Though he dies yet shall he live

Started by Internet_Troll in Questions and Best Answers We Can Give!. Last reply by Internet_Troll Apr 25, 2017. 8 Replies

The parousia and judgment of nations

Started by Internet_Troll in Eschatology. Last reply by Joseph Rehby Jul 6, 2017. 16 Replies

Preterist Networking

Started by Judy Peterson in Prayer Requests. Last reply by Judy Peterson Apr 8. 21 Replies

The 10 Tribes of Israel

Started by Internet_Troll in Questions and Best Answers We Can Give!. Last reply by Internet_Troll May 22, 2016. 9 Replies

Online Teaching Elders

Started by Eohn Rhodes in Eschatology. Last reply by Doug Dec 22, 2015. 4 Replies

Who is the abomination of desolation ?

Started by Stairway To Heaven in Eschatology. Last reply by Brother Les Dec 11, 2015. 3 Replies

Divine council

Started by Sharon Q in Eschatology. Last reply by Sharon Q Oct 3, 2015. 5 Replies

Marriage and Divorce Motif Between God and Israel

Started by Andrew Reish in Eschatology. Last reply by Brother Les Jul 5, 2015. 5 Replies

Millennium

Started by Mark Baker in Eschatology. Last reply by Internet_Troll May 4, 2015. 48 Replies

Fulfilled prophecies of Jesus

Started by joy sung in Eschatology Mar 22, 2015. 0 Replies

© 2018   Created by Tim Martin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service