The New Covenant of Christ, the Messiah promises a complete forgiveness of sins.
This Covenant is placed in the minds of a Spiritual Israel, and it is also written in their hearts.
Christ is to be translated as Messiah, and Yahshua (the Savior) is the one who has the power to Save us from our sins. A summary of the “Spiritual Blessings,” that He has promised to all of His children is revealed in Ephesians Chapter one.
Many will place their trust in Yahshua (the Savior) after hearing His Word of truth which is the Gospel unto Salvation. Those who truly believe in Him will receive the promise wherein they are Sealed with His Holy Spirit.
This is the down payment unto the inheritance when redemption from the sinful flesh is obtained. So then, the completion of this New Covenant contract is Eternal Salvation.
There are many more treasures contained within the New Covenant of Christ, the Messiah
Yahshua (the Savior) established a second Covenant that would not be the same as the one given to those that He led out of the land of Egypt.
Under the Levitical priesthood, there was only a temporary covering for sins, and the penalty for sinners who are not redeemed is death.
The image of Yahweh is Yahshua (the Savior), and He was manifest to take away our sins completely.
None could be justified by the Old Law. Therefore, if they which are of the law be heirs, then faith is made void, and the promise made is of no effect.
Gal 3:16 Now to Abraham even his seed were the promises made. He said not therefore to seeds, as through many; but as through one, even thy seed, which is Messiah
The shed blood of our Messiah not only washes away the sins of the present and past but also the sins of the future, thus providing His children with complete forgiveness.
Forgiveness of sins is final and forever to those who are justified and declared righteous under the New Covenant of Christ, the Messiah.
Israel after the flesh would not succeed in achieving the law of righteousness because it is impossible to be declared innocent through the works of the Law.
After the second Covenant was established, the claim of justification through the Law of Moses would simply represent religious deception.
The New Covenant Fulfills the Old Law promises
Yahshua (the Savior) did not come to destroy the Law; rather He fulfilled that which the Law and the prophets declared concerning His promise to both the Old and the New Testament Saints alike. Rest assured though, the Old Covenant has indeed vanished with the resurrection of our Savior (Heb 10:9).
Those who put their trust in Yahshua (the Savior) might be justified from all things which could not be accomplished through the Law He gave unto Moses.
The New Covenant of Christ, the Messiah, is the promise made to all of the children of Abraham, who is the father of all that had a like faith in Yahshua (the Savior) who is our Messiah.
Our righteousness and freedom is to be redeemed from the curse of the Law. Redemption, however, is the reward unto the Elect that will take part in the real second Gathering of the true Israel of God.
For in Messiah Yahshua (the Savior) neither circumcision availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision, but a new creature. And as many as walk according to this rule, peace be on them, and mercy, and upon the Israel of Yahweh (Gal 6:15-16) .
Contained within the New Covenant (which was established upon a better promise) is the hope of our Salvation, and this is the Redemption from our sinful flesh.
What Isaiah declared in the Old Testament, was revealed through Yahshua (the Savior) and His New Covenant. And they shall proclaim in that day unto Yahweh; we have waited for our Salvation Yahweh, we have waited, and we will be joyful and rejoice in Yahshua (our Savior).
Yahshua (the Savior) is given the title of the Everlasting Father, and Immanuel, which means Yahweh with us. He is the mighty Yahweh, the prince of Peace and the promised Messiah (Isa 7:14, 9:6).
The New Covenant of Christ unto everlasting life
Some of those who claim to already be saved will wonder if they can lose their Salvation. The reality is you cannot lose what you don’t yet possess.
What we can possess is an assurance of Salvation as a result of a sure hope in Yahshua (the Savior), that is established and certain, if His Spirit of truth dwells within us.
The New Covenant is received by those who have received the Holy Spirit. This Covenant is unto everlasting life, wherein the faithful can escape the bondage of the Old Law of sin unto death.
Moreover, if the Spirit of Yahshua (the Savior) who is risen from the dead dwells in you, Messiah who is risen from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by His Spirit that dwells in you (Romans 8:11). A crown of righteousness is reserved for all of His children that Love His appearing. However, those that walk according to the spirit of this world are the servants of sin unto death.
When the truth is revealed through the Holy Spirit we no longer are slaves unto sin, but are made free to become the servants unto righteousness.
The law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto our Messiah, that we might be justified by our faith in Him. Our inheritance is not through the Law but through the New Covenant He established.
The New Covenant is written in the minds and hearts of the Elect
The New Covenant is placed in the minds of a Spiritual Israel, and it is also written in their hearts.
Holy Scripture foretold that Abraham would be a father of many nations, and that the blessing promised to him might come upon all nations through Yahshua (the Savior), that they might receive the promise of the Spirit through a like faith.
The obedience to the New Covenant would be possible because of a radical transformation of hearts and minds. Those who were truly changed would no longer conform to the ways of the world nor would they obey the lusts thereof.
The New Covenant is a Spiritual contract that is also Spiritually discerned. Unlike the Old Covenant, which was written in stone, each of Yahweh’s children would have the New Covenant written in their hearts and minds.
When we study John 12:34-45, Hebrews 8:10-13, Jeremiah 31:31-34, and Isaiah 9:6, something truly amazing becomes apparent. The Old Law has indeed vanished with the New Covenant of Yahshua, who is the image of Yahweh.