Jesus says to the Father in Psalm 40:7 and Hebrews 10:9 " Behold I have come to do thy will". He TAKES AWAY the first in order to establish the second. Hebrews 8:13 informs "when He said A New Covenant, He has made the first obsolete. But whatever is becoming OBSOLETE and growing old is ready to disappear." Hebrews 7:17 informs For on the one hand there is a SETTING ASIDE of the old covenant because of its WEAKNESS and USELESSNESS" The Bible is explicit that the Blood of Christ New and Everlasting Covenant %100 fulfills the old covenant of the blood of goats and calfs. (Hebrews 9 :12. By fulfilling the old Covenant Jesus has established our union with Him as He Himself has fulfilled the laws and principles of the old testament. God has cut a very clear DIVIDE between the covenants with the shed Blood of our Savior who presented His perfect blood in the heavenly sanctuary. The Blood of Christ, Biblically, IS plainly a clear DIVIDING LINE between the old and new testament. Hebrews 9:29 informs "How much more severer PUNISHMENT he will deserve who has regarded as unclean the blood of the Covenant by which he is sanctified and HAS INSULTED THE SPIRIT OF GRACE. Vs 31 informs "It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God.' Revelation 2:5 is getting very very close. my tack record is %100. Dismissiveness is very unbecoming to the Blood of Christ and His watchmen. Jesus Christ 'cuts very CLEARLY between the Testaments and covenants. In fact that is the main message of the Bible so for a person to suggest Jesus came to give us a "union" between the two is antiChrist as Jesus has come to provide a union with Him. Not between the blood of bulls, goats and calfs and Christ's shed blood at calvary.

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