Healing: Emmett Anderson Ministries


A Better Covenant

Where are you living?  Are you living in the Old Covenant, or are you living in the New Covenant?  Here’s a short quiz:

Can you name all of the commandments?  Do you know how many there are?  Can you name them in order?

If you were thinking of the Ten Commandments of the stone tablets, your thinking is Old Covenant; if you were thinking of the Two Commandments that Jesus taught, your thinking is New Covenant.  Your life on this Earth follows your thinking and believing.  The Old Covenant is a covenant of performance, good works, and good deeds which no one could (or can) keep.

The good news is that God had a plan, Jesus, and with this plan the New Covenant was birthed.  Faith, righteousness, grace, peace, joy in the Holy Ghost, and all the kingdom became our inheritance.  Refer to Hebrews 8:6-13 and Hebrews 9:12-15.  Verse 15 says that we have an eternal inheritance.  “Inheritance” as it is in Webster’s New World College Dictionary:

1.    Action of inheriting

2.      Something inherited

3.      Ownership by virtue of birthright

4.      Anything Received as if by inheritance

5.      Any characteristic passed on by heredity

The moment you accept Jesus Christ as your savior, you receive an eternal inheritance.  God’s characteristics are passed on to you.  If you had a millionaire great-uncle that passed away and left you with his million dollars, you would inherit the money and that characteristic – you would now be a millionaire.  Before you could use the million dollars though, you would need to learn all that you can about your inheritance.  Likewise, with God as your daddy, in the spiritual you are well, healthy, and wealthy.  You have inherited the kingdom, but you have to first act, think, and believe like it belongs to you.  Learn it.  Use it.  Walk in the New Covenant.  It belongs to you. 

May God bless you by giving you wisdom and insight to deal wisely with all of the affairs of life.  I appreciate your prayers and financial support of this ministry so much.  May the very God of peace sanctify you wholly.  I pray to God that your whole spirit, soul, and body be preserved; that you be blameless unto the coming of your Lord Jesus Christ (I Thessalonians 5:23).

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