The Covenant Life

Find Your God-Given Purpose in Life

By David D. Cho

The Covenant Life

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  • ISBN: 9781725272552
  • Pages: 152
  • Publication Date: 5/28/2020
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The Covenant Life

Find Your God-Given Purpose in Life

By David D. Cho

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  • ISBN: 9781725272552
  • Pages: 152
  • Publication Date: 5/28/2020
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About-

This book teaches Christians about their God-given purpose in life. Many people may not know their purpose in life even after they become believers in Jesus Christ. The Bible shows that each believer is a covenant being, meaning that he/she has a God-given spiritual purpose in life (a covenant). Abraham, Joseph, Daniel, Nehemiah, Peter, John, and Paul lived covenant lives before God. It is important that each believer realizes and believes that he/she has a personal covenant with God just like these people, although his/her personal covenant is different from those of biblical figures.

The covenant life is inextricably related to our life of holiness, or sanctification. Sanctification is the way through which this covenant is actualized in our life. Thus, the covenant gives the answer to the question, “Why am I here?” And sanctification gives the answer to the question, “How should I live that life in the world?”

The covenant person lives as a steward of Jesus Christ. The stewardship is the guiding principle for this person as he relates to material things in the world. And justice is the guiding principle for the covenant person as he relates to other people.

Endorsements & Reviews-

“This is a book that will help a wide readership. It shows from Scripture in specific and practical ways how the covenant relationship that God establishes with Christians claims the whole, not just a part, of their lives, and how submitting to that comprehensive claim is the only way for Christians to experience the true meaning and purpose of their lives.”

—Richard B. Gaffin Jr., Westminster Theological Seminary

Contributors-

David D. Cho

Bio(s)-

David D. Cho is Vice President and Professor of Systematic Theology at Evangelia University in California. He has taught systematic theology and sanctification for many years and has written several books on those subjects. His special interest is in the relationship between the Holy Spirit and covenant in the Christian life. As a former pastor, he endeavors to make theology as practical as possible for lay Christians.

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