March 1: Covenant of Blood – A Dynamic Covenant

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Dynamic, a word that originates from the Greek word Dunamis. It is also where we get the origins of the word Dynamite. It refers to EXPLOSIVE power, or an excitable release of energy that changes the state of things around it.

In the Bible the word is translated Power and often refers to the “Power of God,” or the power released to change someone who is sick to being healed an example is the woman with the issue of blood who touched the hem of Jesus garment and received her healing. She had tapped into the power of God, to heal her, through her faith.

English can be a limiting language because the word Power is used elsewhere. But, it is in fact the translation of the Greek word Exusia. This refers to Authority, or Executive power, or Influence.

In this message we consider the Dynamic nature of the covenant that exists, through Jesus, between God and Humanity.

It is essential for all of us to understand the nature and the Dynamos and Exusia that exist for EVERYONE who will place demands upon that covenant. If you don’t know how to access the power and authority in your agreement, how can you ever expect to gain any benefit from that relationship?

The only way you can develop Faith in any agreement is by learning, reading and reaching an understanding of what is contained in yourcol agreement and then putting action into that Faith and actually standing on the promises; believing that the one who made the promise in the first place is faithful to deliver.

Well, is God ABLE to deliver on any promise he made?

Think about that question the next time you go to disagree with a promise God has made to us in his word. Then answer it. Honestly!

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A Dynamic Covenant

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