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The Ten Commandments, His Covenant is not the Old Covenant

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"Therefore know that the LORD your God, He is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and mercy for a thousand generations with those who love Him and keep His commandments;" (Deu 7:9)


Moses spoke the words above shortly before his death. There have been about 140 generations since that time.


Judaism, Christianity and Islam all understand that the Creator made a solemn covenant with Israel at Mt. Sinai. This covenant was an agreement, which required Israel and their descendents to live according to a particular code of conduct. In return, the Creator promised to prosper and protect the children of Israel and give them the land of Canaan. The nation of Israel occupies that land today.


General terms of the Sinai Covenant, the Ten Commandments; . . . . . . .

Christianity traditionally teaches that this is the old covenant, is obsolete and has been forsaken by the Creator, even though they hold most of it in high regard. Yet today, against what must be overwhelming odds, the nation of Israel occupies the land promised to them if they followed this covenant.


Certainly they have not occupied this land very long in modern times. Indeed, the Hebrew scriptures warned that if they did not follow the code agreed upon, they would be scattered throughout the world. Certainly, that has been the case. However, the Hebrew scriptures also promised that the children of Israel would not be completely forsaken, but would be returned to their land in what it calls the latter or last days. (Deu 4:30, Ho 3:5) 


"Then the temple of God was opened in heaven, and the ark of His covenant was seen in His temple." (Rev 11:19a)


Considering Christianity says His covenant is obsolete, an old covenant, it seems odd that the container, the ark, in which it is kept is located in such a prominent position inside God's temple in heaven. If Christianity thinks it is obsolete, how can they explain how Israel was able to establish a nation in exactly the place their Creator promised He would give them?


Exactly what is this covenant the Creator made with Israel?  If He rejected that covenant how is it that Israel is in the land they were promised as part of that covenant?  If the Creator is behind the existence of Israel in the eastern Mediterranean why are they having so much trouble?  Why is that covenant in the temple of heaven to this day?  Why does Christianity believe that it is old?  What did they miss?


Creators Covenant is so baffled by this traditional assumption that we will pay US$1000 to anyone who can show a direct or clear New Testament connection indicating the 'Old Covenant' is the covenant between Israel and the Creator made at Mt. Sinai.  (See rules and related information)