Covenant replacement theology includes the teaching that Yahweh’s New Covenant caused the Old Covenant, which was made exclusively for the Hebrews (representing the 12 tribes of Jacob), to become null and void.
Truth be told, Yahweh’s New Covenant is in fact the fulfillment of the Old Testament promise. His earthly arrival as Messiah and Savior in the flesh, is the hope for all of mankind.
That key component of the first contract (contained within the Old Testament), is often overlooked or simply not understood. The curse contained within the first Covenant, would only fall upon those who rejected the Messiah, who brought forth the second Covenant.
Under the first Covenant, there was only a covering for sins. But with the advent of Messiah our Savior came the redemption from the curse of the Law, and a complete forgiveness of sins (Acts 13:39, Rom 3:20-28, Gal 2:16, 3;13).
The promised judgements, and Blessings contained within the Old Covenant Law were not destroyed, but nevertheless this contract was completed.
Messiah, once He accomplished all things contained within the Old Testament scriptures said, “It Is Finished.”
Romans 7:6 But now we are delivered from the law, that being dead wherein we were held; that we should serve in newness of spirit, and not in the oldness of the letter
Those who claim righteousness through their futile attempt to keep the Old Law, are under the curse of that same Law (Gal 3:10-11).
Yahweh’s Commandment’s, laws, and ordinances contained within the Old Covenant, were dissolved with the sacrifice of the Lamb. What this means is that these Laws are no longer enforceable upon Yahweh’s Children (that Worship Him in Spirit and in Truth).
Within the replacement theology discourses is the claim that the Church, and not the Jewish people are now God’s chosen ones.
Yahweh’s Elect included the faithful Hebrews, who would also be saved through the blood of the Lamb.
Theological discourse, amongst the carnal minded, is a meaningless pursuit occupying the minds of religious leaders and their converts.
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