Fast-forward several hundred years to the sixth century b c, to the prophet jeremiah he was a prophet to the nation of judah, which was the remaining remnant of god’s covenant people. The new covenant was predicted while the old covenant was still in effect—the prophets moses, jeremiah, and ezekiel all allude to the new covenant the old covenant that god had established with his people required strict obedience to the mosaic law. The new covenant is first spoken of in the book of jeremiah the old covenant that god had established with his people required obedience to the old testament law because the wages of sin is death (romans 6:23),the law required that people perform rituals and sacrifices in order to please god and remain in his grace. Jeremiah: the new covenant it was fair it faithfully laid out the duties of each side it said that the lord god would bless his people if they obeyed the law and that he would curse the people if they disobeyed besides health, healing, and righteousness, the lord promises his people through jeremiah that he will restore all things. Jeremiah predicted that in the days after israel's exile, god would renew his covenant in dramatic ways the prophet ezekiel spoke of this future covenant as well in 34:25, 26 we read these words in ezekiel.
The hebrew prophet jeremiah’s call was in the form of a vision, in which he was told by god that he had already been chosen to be a prophet before he was born (jeremiah 1:5) when the call of the deity is mediated through a prophet who is. Five great bible covenants by david padfield in form, a covenant is an agreement between two people and involves promises on the part of each to the other the concept of a covenant between god and his people is one of the central themes of the bible. - new forms of worship have been introduced both came to restore the worship between god and the people vii both faced opposition in their ministry from close relative seven features of the new covenant as foreseen by prophet jeremiah i it would renew the brogans worship between god and his people (israelites) ii. What is the new covenan lawt in jeremia 31:33h 313 guaranteed by god4 and stewart states that to say that the mes sage of the new covenant is the climax and crown of jeremiah's teaching is to say the least it of.
In one revelation recorded in the book of jeremiah, the lord said he would make “a new covenant” with his people, meaning the new and everlasting covenant of the gospel established by jesus christ during his ministry and restored in the latter days (see jeremiah 31:31–33 see also d&c 22:1 66:2. The prophet jeremiah jeremiah and yeshua both preached the new covenant their frenetic drumming and shouts to the idol drowned out the screams of the baby god sent prophets to warn the people to turn away from this horrible sin, which had never entered his mind. As you can see, god states that since we, the people of israel, failed to keep the sinaitic covenant, he will make a new covenant different than the sinaitic covenant this new covenant does not mean that god throws away his people. Summary: the old covenant is a corporate affair between yahweh and israel, the new covenant does not involve a corporate action, indeed it is an individual and uniquely personal relationship with god’s own people brokered by and in christ jesus prophet jeremiah b. The new covenant foretold in jeremiah 31 is the dawn that will pierce the gruelling night of a shattered people as they face the destruction of their nation and the prospect of a long and bitter exile, god presents his people with assurance of restoration, lodging the seed of a glorious future hope in the cold, hard soil of israel and judah.
The new covenant and prophecy, part i jeremiah 31:31-34 dr s lewis johnson begins a four-part series on the covenant of god with man, specifically the church in the modern age dr johnson expounds the origin of the new covenant in the prophecy of jeremiah. The book of jeremiah (hebrew: ספר יִרְמְיָהוּ abbreviated jer or jerm in citations) is the second of the latter prophets in the hebrew bible, and the second of the prophets in the christian old testament. Chapter 2: the covenant, the law, and the prophets chapter 2: the covenant, the law, and the prophets the harshness of amos is alleviated by the portrayal of god’s tender love for his erring people, the promise that a remnant shall repent and be spared, the prevision of the coming of the prince of peace.
Islam also considers jeremiah a prophet, and his narrative is given in islamic tradition jeremiah condemn people burning their children as offerings to moloch this nation had deviated so far from god that they had broken the covenant, causing god to withdraw his blessings jeremiah was guided by god to proclaim that the nation of judah. The “new covenant” for which jeremiah hoped was not something external or even something that needed to be written down under the new covenant there will be no need for teachers, since its. The message god sent to the people via his prophet was that the people needed to return to god another message was god’s impending judgment upon judah even though this punishment would surely come, god also gave the encouraging promise of restoration in the future messianic kingdom ( jeremiah 23:3-8 . The prophet intercedes with god on the basis of his covenant faithfulness god's righteousness means that he will forgive and renew his covenant with those who repent (dan 9:15-19) it was in this context that god promised to send the messiah to take away sin and confirm his covenant.
The final lesson will return to jeremiah and look at his teaching of the new covenant jeremiah no prophet had a tougher assignment than jeremiah, for it fell to him to proclaim and oversee the destruction of judah and jerusalem and although the opposition against him and his message was unrelenting, he stayed on message for over 40 years. Jeremiah jeremiah, hebrew yirmeyahu (650-570 bc, egypt), hebrew prophet, reformer, and author of a biblical book that bears his name he was closely involved in the political and religious events of a crucial era in the history of the ancient near east his spiritual leadership helped his fellow countrymen survive disasters that included the capture of jerusalem by the. Under the new covenant, god will write his laws on the hearts of his people to replace the sin that is presently written there (jer 17:1), but that which is written by god on the hearts of his people remains essentially the same as that which was written on tablets of stone.