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Old Covenant

Definition of Old Covenant in English:

Christian Theology The covenant between God and Israel in the Old Testament.
Example sentences
  • Tonight we are going to observe the New Covenant counterpart of the Old Covenant Passover.
  • This was the Old Covenant promise - ‘I will be with you.’
  • The speaker noted that the Sabbath was one of several signs given to the Old Covenant people.
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