Covenant of Redemption

What is the Covenant of Redemption?

The covenant of redemption, also known as the covenant of grace, is a biblical concept that refers to the agreement between God the Father and God the Son to redeem humanity through the work of Jesus Christ. It is not explicitly mentioned in the Bible, but it is derived from a number of passages that speak of God's plan to send Jesus as a savior for humanity.

According to this view, the covenant of redemption was made between the Father and the Son before the creation of the world, and it is the basis for God's plan of salvation for humanity. The Father chose the Son to be the savior, and the Son willingly agreed to become incarnate and to die on the cross for the sins of humanity.

The covenant of redemption is an important concept in Christian theology, as it helps to explain how God's love for humanity and his justice can be reconciled. It also highlights the role of Jesus as the mediator between God and humanity, and it demonstrates the unity and the harmony within the Trinity.

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Rick Fernandez

Rick Fernandez was converted to Christ during his early twenties. He is married to Jessica, with whom he enjoys the blessing of 6 children. His desire was always to plant biblical churches for God’s glory. As a result, God has called him to pastor Christ the King Reformed Baptist Church in Wawarsing, NY.

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Kathy - March 10th, 2023 at 10:56pm

Amen & Amen