Learning Activity 64

 

The “Israel” of God in the New Covenant

Part Three

 

This Learning Activity is a continuation of the previous Learning Activity, #63, and that material should be worked through before reading the material that follows in this Learning Activity.

1. Exodus 19:6

 

2. How is Israel referred to in the verse above?

 

3. 1 Peter 2:5

 

4. How is the church referred to in the verse above?

 

5. Revelation 1:6

 

6. How is the church referred to in the verse above?

 

In items #1 through #6 above we see that both Israel and the church are referred to in the Scriptures as “priests.”

7. 2 Chronicles 20:7

 

8. How is Israel referred to in the verse above?

 

9. Psalms 105:6

 

10. How is Israel referred to in the verse above?

 

11. Isaiah 41:8

 

12. How is Israel referred to in the verse above?

 

13. Romans 4:16

 

14. How is the church referred to in the verse above?

 

15. Galatians 3:29

 

16. How is the church referred to in the verse above?

 

In items #7 through #16 above we see that both Israel and the church are referred to in the Scriptures as “the seed of Abraham.”

17. Isaiah 54:5, 6

 

 

18. In the two verses above, Israel is referred to in a unique way. What is she called?

 

19. Ephesians 5:31–32

 

 

20. How is the church referred to in the two verses above?

 

In items #17 through #20 above we see that both Israel and the church are referred to in the Scriptures as the wife of God.

The activities presented above and in Learning Activities #62 and #63 show that the church is the Israel of God. Our spiritual, fourth dimensional position in Christ is based upon grace and as a child of God we are heirs of Abraham and the promises made to him through Christ who now indwells the believer under the New Covenant.

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