The prophet Jeremiah predicted a time when God would make a "New Covenant" with Israel, unlike the first Covenant made at Sinai. See article on Rosh Hashana.
(new COV·e·nant). In Christian theology the New Covenant consists of a unique voluntary agreement between God and the individual Christian containing all the rights, duties, and obligations of each party. More Information.
a group of highly anointed young people who sing to the glory and honor of God
See Renewed Covenant.
The new relationship with God given by Jesus Christ. The term "new covenant" has occasionally been used to indicate the New Testament.
A theme of the prophet Jeremiah based on the Mosaic covenant; God would renew the covenant with his people and write it on their hearts. See Chapter 11.
The covenant of Jeremiah 31:31-34, which Christ sealed with His Blood at Calvary. (Heb. 8:6-13, Heb. 9:11-15, St. Luke 22:19-20) Some dispensationalists distinguish between an earthly new covenant pertaining only to Jews, and a spiritual "better" covenant pertaining only to saints of the church age (Walvoord). Other dispensationalists (Bullingerites) deny any application of the New Covenant to the church.
The term New Covenant (Hebrew â€¢ â€¢ berit hadashah — Greek â€¢ â€¢ diatheke kaine) is used in the Bible (both in the Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament) to refer to an epochal relationship of restoration and peace following a period of trial and judgment. As are all covenants between God and man described in the Bible, it is "a bond in blood sovereignly administered by God." This definition of covenant is from O.
A New Covenant was what President Bill Clinton called for in 1993 to symbolize the new type relationship that he was claiming to establish between the United States Government and its citizens.