Covenantalism pt.7: Purpose of Elders in Covenantalism In this message we will be looking at the use of elders and overseers by God in dealing with his covenant people in calling the nation to repentance, we will consider the need for covenanting again, and taking seriously the signs of the covenant which, we have affirmed already as we conclude this series on ‘Covenantalism’. Remember when You are freely enjoying the notes, you are reading or freely listen… SOME ONE IS STILL PAYING FOR IT Contribute when you can to keep us growing and free Subscribe to RNCM Podcast Feed … Continue reading →
In all testimonial signs the scripture appoints ‘elements’ and ‘works’ which comprise the ‘Sign’ and completed as a testimony of the Covenant when accompanied by the graciously given faith of God our Saviour .
Baptism: Water and the person being baptized or immersed- these are its major constituent elements.
Lord’s Supper: Bread (made of wheat or common cereal grain), Wine / Vine (Red wine resembling blood), the person Partaking- these are its major constituent elements. Continue reading →
Covenantalism: pt.2 Works and Signs of Family & Corporate Covenants In this message we will be looking at the various points of the covenantal ordinance. We will again first center our selves on the Faithfulness of YHWH God in concidering the uni-lateral covenants of Grace and Redemption, and how it is by His nature example to us as made in his image and likeness we as men utilize and find blessing and comfort in covenanting with God and accepting His covenant with us. We will discuss the importance of entering into covenant and keeping covenant with God, the faithful obligations or … Continue reading →
Covenantalism: pt.1 God’s Faithfulness & Individual Covenants In this message we will be looking at the various points of the covenantal ordinance. We will first look at the Faithfulness of YHWH God as the uni-lateral covenant Keeping God, and how it is by His nature example to us as made in his image and likeness we as men utilize and find comfort in covenanting both with man to God and man to man. We will discuss briefly the distinction between the parts of a general covenant: vows, oaths, promises and swearing are all forms of affirmation and agreement are bound … Continue reading →