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Lutz, FL 33548

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8209 N 19th St
Tampa, FL 33604

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Here is a glimpse of our Precepts class "Covenant", and a word from their teacher, Pat Depue...
"Covenant—the great exchange! Galatians 2:20, I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me. 📔
The study of Covenant is to better understand the seriousness and sober realization of what being in covenant with the eternal Father and God of the universe actually means. When making a covenant with another, there is an exchange of items and even a change of identity. You no longer live independently of the other.
When Jonathan and David made a covenant, they exchanged robes as well as a belt that held their weapons, indicating they would be each other’s strength and protector for life.📔
From the late 1800s, the man of God, Andrew Murray, wrote '….blessed is the man who truly knows God as his Covenant God; who knows what the Covenant promises him; what expectations it secures; what a claim and hold it gives him on the Covenant-keeping God Himself. A true and living faith in it would mean the transformation of his whole life….'
Personally, I’m so thankful for my Covenant partner, God Himself. I haven’t always known or thought about the benefits this covenant afforded me.  He exchanged His righteousness for my sin, His protection for my defense of the gospel. What a winner I am! He gave up everything so I could be in covenant with Him. Hallelujah! What a Savior!"📔

Here is a glimpse of our Precepts class "Covenant", and a word from their teacher, Pat Depue...
"Covenant—the great exchange! Galatians 2:20, I have been crucified with Christ, and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me. 📔
The study of Covenant is to better understand the seriousness and sober realization of what being in covenant with the eternal Father and God of the universe actually means. When making a covenant with another, there is an exchange of items and even a change of identity. You no longer live independently of the other.
When Jonathan and David made a covenant, they exchanged robes as well as a belt that held their weapons, indicating they would be each other’s strength and protector for life.📔
From the late 1800s, the man of God, Andrew Murray, wrote '….blessed is the man who truly knows God as his Covenant God; who knows what the Covenant promises him; what expectations it secures; what a claim and hold it gives him on the Covenant-keeping God Himself. A true and living faith in it would mean the transformation of his whole life….'
Personally, I’m so thankful for my Covenant partner, God Himself. I haven’t always known or thought about the benefits this covenant afforded me. He exchanged His righteousness for my sin, His protection for my defense of the gospel. What a winner I am! He gave up everything so I could be in covenant with Him. Hallelujah! What a Savior!"📔
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