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Lesson #2 The Covenant Relationship is the most important subject in all scripture.

Hebrews 9:14-17 settles this issue once and for all. We are told here that Jesus came to die to establish the covenant–He came to die to make the covenant relationship available to anyone who would desire to believe, repent and come unto Him. Jesus did not come to heal people. He did not come to feed people etc. However, all of these blessings are available to us all of the time when we have a covenant relationship. If Jesus came to die to establish the covenant then this was the reason the Father sent Him because He only did what the Father directed Him to do.

Ephesians 1:13-14 tells us the Holy Spirit of Promise is the earnest of our inheritance. Covenant people always receive an inheritance. Non-covenant people always lose what they have and will not have an inheritance. If the Holy Spirit of Promise is the earnest of our inheritance then we could say that It was the Father's down payment to covenant people.

Moroni 7:32 tells us that the work of the angels is the work of the covenants. Therefore, the work of everything up in heaven, the Father, Jesus, the Holy Spirit of Promise and the angels centers around establishing a covenant relationship with everyone who will. Therefore, the covenant relationship is the most important subject in all scripture. Jesus Christ is the most important person but the covenant relationship is the most important subject.