In God's Covenants and Restorations, author Victor Vadney examines the major covenants God has made with man in the Old and New Testaments including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, Christ, and more. Within each of these covenants, God has caused numerous restorations. God's Covenants and Restorations emphasizes the importance of covenant relationship with Christ. It also presents various principles from these covenants—specifically the New Covenant—that apply to Christians today.
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“The point is this: If God continued steadfastly to restore those Jews to the Mosaic Covenant for over 300 years, should we not also try to restore the New Covenant in our own day and never give up? Will we restore what God has given us in the New Covenant, or will we be happy with 1900 years worth of unauthorized teachings of men which have supplanted the New Testament teachings among so many people?” (Page 34)
“The form of this covenant is a Suzerainty Treaty in type” (Page 14)
“However, from 568 B.C. to the present, there has been no earthly ruler of Israel who came from the house of David” (Page 73)
“James used Abraham as one who was ‘… justified by works when he offered up Isaac his son on the altar” (Page 18)
“faith was essential to the relationship Abraham had with God.” (Page 18)