Why The Davidic Covenant

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1: “Under the Davidic Covenant, the Lord elevates the nation of Israel to an international kingdom” (Barry and Wentz, 2012). David and all of his family too come are established to be kings threw the Davidic covenant. Jewish Messianism, and Christian theology believe this covenant is very important. What separates the Davidic Covenant from other Covenants is the fact that it came with an everlasting throne (Barry and Wentz, 2012). As a result this covenant is seen as the centerpiece of the entire book (Dockery, 1998, 7). “For when you die and are buried with your ancestors. I will raise up one of your descendants, your own offspring, and I will secure his royal throne forever (2 Samuel, 7:12-13). Three things were promised to the Kingdom of

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