Table of Contents
- 1 What do you learn about God and his promises?
- 2 What is the promise of God to Adam and Eve?
- 3 What was the central theme of Jeremiah’s message?
- 4 What are the unconditional promises of God?
- 5 What was the 1st covenant in the Bible?
- 6 What was God’s message to Jeremiah?
- 7 When did God promise back?
- 8 What three things did Abraham promise?
- 9 What does standing on the promises of God mean?
What do you learn about God and his promises?
God’s promises to us are given throughout Scripture, inviting us to believe more deeply in who he is. His promises come from his character; he is loving, good, holy, never-changing, and so much more. Through his Word, we pray each of you will grow deeper in understanding and believing these promises of God.
What is the promise of God to Adam and Eve?
It is God’s Covenant with Adam and his descendants which God renewed with Noah after the Flood. By this Covenant God promised dominion over the earth to mankind and life everlasting in return for obedience.
What was the central theme of Jeremiah’s message?
Much of Jeremiah’s prophetic preaching is based on the theme of the covenant between God and Israel (God would protect the people in return for their exclusive worship of him): Jeremiah insists that the covenant is conditional, and can be broken by Israel’s apostasy (worship of gods other than Yahweh, the God of Israel …
What are the unconditional promises of God?
Concerning unconditional promises, God has promised to never again destroy man from earth by way of a flood (Gen. 9:11). It matters not whether man is obedient to God or in utter rebellion to God, He has promised that He will not destroy man from the earth by a flood.
What was the 1st covenant in the Bible?
The covenant between God and Jews is the basis for the idea of the Jews as the chosen people. The first covenant was between God and Abraham. Jewish men are circumcised as a symbol of this covenant. You shall be circumcised in the flesh of your foreskins, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and you.
What was God’s message to Jeremiah?
Jeremiah was guided by God to proclaim that the nation of Judah would suffer famine, foreign conquest, plunder, and captivity in a land of strangers.
When did God promise back?
The Second Coming (sometimes called the Second Advent or the Parousia) is a Christian and Islamic belief regarding the return of Jesus after his ascension to heaven about two thousand years ago.
What three things did Abraham promise?
The covenant between Abraham and God consisted of three separate parts:
- the promised land.
- the promise of the descendants.
- the promise of blessing and redemption.
What does standing on the promises of God mean?
To be “standing on the promises of God” is not only to have complete assurance in their fulfillment, but to live one’s life in faithful service to the One who made those promises. God has already fulfilled many of the promises He has made to mankind in the past.