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Lesson 20 is entitled "The Covenant Model and Commandment Three, part 2." Commandment three has as its focus the issue of power as it applies to the use of delegated authority and the use of personal property.  God grants covenants to his servants (Commandment One) who work for Him without seeking to dictate the terms of the work (Commandment Two) or illegally using God's assets (Commandment Three).  Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.
    

Lesson 19 is entitled “The Covenant Model and Commandment Three”  Commandment three correlates with the third section of the covenant model, which is ethics.  Ethics are the rules presented to the covenant steward by the covenant giver.  Ethics describe what is expected when managing the assets of the owner.  “Moreover, it is required in stewards that a man be found faithful” (I Cor. 4:2).  A steward must be faithful to manage the property of his or her boss by the set parameters or rules. Please download this PDF and follow al

Lesson 18 is entitled “The Covenant Model and Commandment Two, Part 3”  Images may not be used by man in an attempt to usurp control of the yoke of service.  Man, works for God as God’s appointed representative, but God controls the direction of the yoke.  Manipulation of idols is man’s attempt to have power on demand, provisions by extraction, or protection by command. Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.     
  

Lesson 17 is entitled “The Covenant Model and Commandment Two, Part 2.”  The images, which are forbidden in Commandment Two, are those artifacts that are carved, graven, molded, or by any other means created by man in an attempt to take control or to exercise power over God.  Because the second commandment answers to section two of the covenant model, the hierarchy between man and God is defined in which God is the sovereign and man is God’s appointed representative.  Man yokes with God, follows God’s leading, works for God, and answers to God.  Man may not attempt to usurp control of the yoke through manipulation of idols.  Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.    
  

Lesson 16 is entitled "The Covenant Model and Commandment Two."  The second commandment forbids man to make graven images.  The second command answers to the second section of the covenant model, which is hierarchy.  Because man was invited to work for God in the original creation mandate and in the context of covenant, man is expected to be faithful to God serving only Him and only serving God in the manner that He designs.  Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.   
  

Lesson 15 is entitled "The Covenant Model and Commandment One, Part 2."  In the Exodus event, God had secured the position as claimant Lord.  The gods of the Egyptians could not stand against His power.  Even the creation paid homage and obedience to the God of Israel.  He was not only the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, He was Lord of the whole earth.  He had proven His preeminence.  He alone would give the law.  Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching. 
  

Lesson 14 is entitled "The Covenant Model and Commandment One." Scripture records the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20.  The passage fits the framework of covenant beginning with the Transcendent One identifying Himself.  The hierarchy, although not here delineated, are clearly understood to be Israelites.  Thirdly, the ethics are announced in the form of the Ten Commandments.  Verse one through three read: "And God spoke all these words, saying "I am Jehovah your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt and out of the house of bondage. You shall have on other gods before me."   Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.      

Lesson 13 is entitled "The Covenant Model and the Ten Commandments, Part 2." The Ten Commandments are divided into two categories: loving God and loving one's neighbor.  The first five laws define how to love God and each law correlates to one section of the covenant model.  The last five laws define how to love one's neighbor and each law correlates to one section of the covenant model.  The moral code of God is two sets of five laws that reflect and demonstrates the covenant model.     Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.       

Lesson 12 is entitled "The Covenant Model and the Ten Commandments."  When approached by a lawyer and questioned as to which commandments is the great law, Jesus responded by stating, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind (Deut. 6:5). This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like until it, "You shall love your neighbor as yourself" (Lev. 19:18). On these commandments hang all the law and the prophets." (Matt 22:37-40). Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.     

Lesson 11 is entitled "The Covenant Model: Succession, Part 2."  The idea of continuity is tied to the concept of covenant.  A man leaves an inheritance to his family - his heirs - in an effort to make sure that the fruit of his labors endure beyond his lifespan an in an attempt to insure that the lives and labors of his heirs can benefit from what is inherited. The family inheritance process is reflective of God's inheritance process. Father to son guarantees continuity. Just as a natural father identifies his heirs for the continuation of family name and fortune, so does God the Father seek to pass down assets to His heirs to guarantee the continuity of His work in the earth.  Please download this PDF and follow along with the teaching.      



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