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Authority – The Legality of Earthly Dominion

Authority — The Legality of Earthly Dominion (reading time: 21 minutes) This outline shows how Jesus restored the dominion Adam and Eve lost in the Garden of Eden to his followers, so we have spiritual authority over our earthly domains. This applies to all believers, not just spiritual leaders. Heaven and earth belong to God Read More…

Entering the Court

Entering the Court (Reading time: 1.9 minutes) In previous articles, we became aware of the legal nature of our spiritual conflict, so let’s consider our involvement in it. We’re about to discover that we can enter –  and actually have been entering – God’s heavenly court to take care of business and see changes on Read More…

A Time of Hope and Grace

A Time of Hope and Grace (Reading time: 6.5 minutes) Contents Article Summary Article We are now in a period of human history that offers us unique opportunities. It’s becoming clear that we’re in the end-times period known as “the beginning of birth pains” (Matt. 24:8, NIV). Environmental, political and societal problems are worsening; military conflicts Read More…

Entering the New Covenant

Entering the New Covenant Summary: Jesus paid the penalty for sin so we can enter covenant relationship with God and experience his love and blessings, including salvation. Find more of the Covenant Life Bible Study by Larry Fox Contents: Biblical Background God’s Covenant with Abraham God’s Original Covenant with Israel The Marriage Covenant The New Read More…

Introduction to the New Covenant

Introduction to the New Covenant Summary: The new covenant defines the relationship God wants to have with every human, what he intends to achieve through that relationship and how he does it. Find more of the Covenant Life Bible Study by Larry Fox Contents: Contract versus Covenant The Covenant Book The Extent of God’s Love Read More…

Covenant Curses

Covenant Curses (Reading time: 8.3 minutes) Contents Introduction Curses in God’s Covenant with Christians? Continuing to Sin Rejecting Covenant Summary Introduction In previous articles we saw that a covenant is an enduring, supportive relationship in which each partner focuses on the other’s well-being. Blessings and benefits are vital parts of any covenant relationship. Most covenants Read More…