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"Everlasting possession" means exactly what it infers: It means that, if the children of Israel come into the land as envisioned by the LORD, and therefore they come into possessing the land in and by the Spirit of the LORD. Then "all the land of Canaan" shall be unto them as an "everlasting possession". I believe what makes the covenant the LORD ...


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The act of naming was significant in the covenant making process. Adam gave the woman who was created from him, a new name, a tradition that exists today in the form of a wife changing her name when she gets married. There is an implicit covenant between Adam and the animals in the garden, whom he names as well (the covenant there being a microcosm of the ...


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'Abram' means "exalted father". God tells him that he will be the father of many, and changes his name to 'Abraham' which means "father of a multitude". 'Sarai' means "princess", but since she will be the mother of nations, with kings of peoples coming from her, God changes her name to 'Sarah' which means "noblewoman." From Adam Clarke's commentary: ...



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