God’s holy covenant of salvation not only leads our relationship with our Heavenly Father directly, but it also becomes apart of who we are and how we interact with others too.

Even though it’s a never ending process, as we adopt God’s way of thinking, those ways of thinking become words and actions that will manifest in everything we do. And if we allow it to, they will dictate how we deal with difficulties with both people and circumstances.

This is one of the ways we abide “under His wings”. The ark of the covenant holds within it “the words of the covenant” The Ten Commandments. The ark of God has two angels with wings stretched out over the mercy seat. We trust in God’s word, His strength and power, and His strong right arm.

Isaiah 59:16
“And He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor: therefore His arm brought salvation unto him; and His righteousness, it sustained him.

{I believe His arm is Jesus Christ who died as our Lamb and rose to live forever more and is our permanent perfect intercessor.}

Isaiah 51:5
“My righteousness is near;
My salvation is gone forth,
and Mine arms shall judge the people;
the isles shall wait upon Me,
and on Mine arm shall they trust.”

And just like a garden produces, these adopted thoughts will spiritually cultivate power and freedom for others too. The right ways of God can’t help but produce good fruit that sets people free from the bondage of sin and death.

This is one of the many reasons why Satan hates the Ten Commandments so much, because they’re called “the words of the covenant” and he hates this power we have over him because we keep our Father’s Everlasting Covenant and are regaining the dominion we lost in the Garden of Eden.

When we study and apply God’s principles to our lives, we begin to understand the things He considers to be right and wrong; what’s righteous and unrighteous; what’s just and unjust and other people are blessed as a result.

Psalms 111:7-10
“The works of His hands
are verity and judgment;
all His commandments are sure.

They stand fast for ever and ever,
and are done in truth and uprightness.

He sent redemption unto His people:
He hath COMMANDED His covenant for ever:
holy and reverend is His name.

The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do His commandments: His praise endureth for ever.”



 

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