The old covenant was “doings-based”, whereas the new covenant is believing based. This message illustrates for us the magnificence, majesty, power, and the transformative nature which Jesus brought for us when He came to right the wrongs of the first man, Adam.
Christ came into the world to break our old patterns, our repetitive cycles. We tend to follow in the footsteps of the generations that have preceded us, repeating the mistakes they’ve made. This message brings us to the realization that Jesus came to break us free from those cycles and to be the cycle breakers for the generations to come.
We as sons and daughters of the Most High God, being part of the body of Christ were meant to act and react very differently from the rest of the world. This foundational message shows us how we need to behave and react as level-headed Christians toward each other and to the rest of the world.
“To understand love we must seek the source of love”. This message describes for us the power of God’s love. It shows us that we must seek our validation (and identity) from Him alone. The Bible says that ‘God is love’ and knowing that will lead to the transformation in our lives.
This message breaks down the common missteps the world has toward marriage and dating. It shows men how to be good leaders in the relationship, about boundaries and shows women how to be the woman described in the book of Proverbs.
The continuation of last week’s message goes more in-depth on how men and women were created to be since the beginning, how everything has a prophetic purpose and meaning and how God prophetically designs our lives so that He can bring what He plans out of them.